|This article may rely excessively on sources too closely associated with the subject, preventing the article from being verifiable and neutral. (December 2013)|
|Discipline||all of physics|
|Edited by||Jessica Thomas|
American Physical Society (United States)
|2008 to present|
|Frequency||new content every week|
|Free to all|
The journal/online publication named Physics is an online publication contains commentaries on the best of the peer-reviewed research published in the journals of the American Physical Society (APS). The Editor of Physics is Jessica Thomas. It highlights papers in Physical Review Letters and the Physical Review family of journals. The Editor in Chief of the APS is Gene D. Sprouse.
Physics began publishing content in July 2008 and was formally announced in September 2008.
Physics contains three types of commentaries on research papers published by the APS: journalistic articles (Focus), in depth pieces written by active researchers (Viewpoints), and short summaries of a research paper (Synopsis) written by editorial staff. Physics is entirely free and readers also get free access to the underlying research papers on which the Physics commentaries are based.