Institute of Physics (IOP) Journals Moved to a New Interface: IOPscience

Are you a physics professor, researcher, or student?

The Institute of Physics (IOP) just launched a new interface for all IOP journals: IOPscience. In IOPscience, you can access all the IOP journals the Library subscribes to as you can in the old Electronic Journals website. The IOP Electronic Journals website will be replaced by IOPscience this month.

To access IOPscience, simply go to the library homepage, click on “Find Articles & More”, and click on “I” on the next page to find IOPscience. The direct link to IOPscience is

Want to have a quick view of IOPscience?
Take the online tour below, or download the IOPscience User Guide.

Click here for a demonstration

Already have the old IOP Electronic Journals website bookmarked on your computer?

There’s no need to update your bookmark. The same URL now directs you to the new interface.

Want to get new articles from IOP automatically?

Register an account with IOPscience. Then you’ll be able to save your search to re-run at a later date, and set up an RSS feed or e-mail alert to notify you of new results that meet your search criteria.

Don’t forget that the Library provides access to many more physics journals. AIP, APS, ASCE, ASME and SPIE journals can be accessed from Scitation.

Want to more about where to find physics scholarly information?

Visit the Physics & Astronomy Guide on the library website.

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