New Features for Physical Review and Physical Review Letters
The APS has added the following features for Physical Review and Physical Review Letters:
- Topical cross-journal RSS feeds. The initial feeds cover graphene, magnetic semiconductors, metal-insulator transitions, metamaterials, photonic crystals, plasmonics, spintronics, and strong correlations in one dimension. They can be subscribed to at http://feeds.aps.org/. New RSS feed topics will be added periodically.
- Starting with Physical Review Letters, the APS journal homepages, PROLA, and other related pages have been updated. The new pages now present an easily navigable interfaces that permit quick access to the current issue, a particular citation, and searching.
- Images from recently published Physical Review B papers are now in a feature called Kaleidoscope. Images do not appear on the print version of the journal. Selection is based purely on aesthetic merit. Older images may be found in an online archive.
- As a service to both readers and authors, Physical Review B began formally listing a small number of papers published by the journal that the editors and referees found to be of particular interest, importance, or clarity. They are called “Editors’ Suggestion��? and are listed on http://prb.aps.org/, and marked with a special icon in the print and online tables of contents and in online searches.