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  • 25 Nov 2011
    World Scientific Congratulates Authors on Becoming First Batch of Fellows of the Singapore National Academy of Sciences
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  • 04 Aug 2011
    Keep up-to-date with the latest news on World Scientific. Read the November 2011 Newsletter.
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  • 17 Oct 2011
    World Scientific Author Awarded Nobel Prize in Economics 2011
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  • 07 Oct 2011
    World Scientific Congratulates Authors for Their 2011 National Medal of Science And National Medal of Technology and Innovation Awards
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  • 29 Sep 2011
    World Scientific Author Elected President of the International Union of Crystallography
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  • 15 Dec 201
    World Scientific Launches World Scientific-Imperial College London Scholarship
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  • 02 Nov 2010
    World Scientific's Managing Director awarded Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2010 by Enterprise Asia
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  • 11 July 2011
    World Scientific congratulates our author Professor Nigel Peter Brandon who received the the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours (June 2011).
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  • 1 June 2011
    World Scientific Authors Receive National University of Singapore Outstanding Awards 2011
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  • 14 Feb 2011
    World Scientific Author Wins International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics Book Award
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  • 21 Dec 2010
    Afterthoughts Of Recently Elected 2010 Fellow Of The American Physical Society Dr. Van Vliet
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  • 21 Dec 2010
    Moving the Economy With the Right Approach To R&D
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  • 23 Nov 2010
    Keep up-to-date with the latest news on World Scientific. Read the October 2010 Newsletter in English edition and Chinese edition.
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  • 29 Oct 2010
    World Scientific Donates E-Books To University of Canterbury Following Christchurch Earthquake
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  • 25 Oct 2010
    World Scientific Congratulates 2010 National Medal of Science 2010 Recipient David Mumford
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  • 20 Oct 2010
    35th ICHEP 2010 conference in Paris
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  • 08 Oct 2010
    Physics Nobel Prize 2010 awarded to World Scientific Authors. To celebrate their outstanding achievements, we are offering free access to the winners' previous journal articles published with us.
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  • 07 Oct 2010
    World Scientific's Managing Director awarded Entrepreneur of the Year 2010 by Financial Times and RBS Coutts
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  • 17 Sep 2010
    World Scientific Authors Honoured at International Congress of Mathematicians 2010
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  • 13 Sep 2010
    Managing Editor of World Scientific's International Journal of Computational Geometry & Applications Receives Prestigious Gödel Prize 2010
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  • 25 July 2010
    Interpreting China's Economy
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  • 25 July 2010
    Physics Over Easy
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  • 14 June 2010
    World Scientific Set To Publish Electricity Generation Using Wind Power
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  • 09 June 2010
    World Scientific's Tsunami Book Awarded Book Of The Year Award
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  • 01 June 2010
    World Scientific is set to publish the International Journal of Air-conditioning and Refrigeration
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  • 8 Jan 2010
    Professor K K Phua, Chairman of World Scientific, Elected 2009 Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS)
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  • 29 Dec 2009
    World Scientific Launches World's First Climate Change Economics Journal
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  • 18 Dec 2009
    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Boasts Subscription To Nearly All of World Scientific Journal Archives
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  • 01 Dec 2009
    Keep up-to-date with the publishing programs and latest news on World Scientific.
    Read the December 2009 Newsletter in English edition and Chinese edition.
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  • 07 Oct 2009
    World Scientific Takes Shanghai Century's "Developing China" Series Global
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  • 22 Sep 2009
    World Scientific and Chemical Industry Press jointly launch Bioinspired Intelligent Nanostructured Interfacial Materials
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  • 17 Sep 2009
    Stevens Institute of Technology Names World Scientific As Publisher for Systems Research Forum Journal and Systems Research Book Series
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  • 10 Sep 2009
    World Scientific Sponsors Top JC Science Student to Stockholm to attend 2009 Nobel Ceremony
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  • 11 Aug 2009
    Purdue University Names World Scientific As Publisher For "Electronics from the Bottom Up" Lecture Notes.
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  • 5 Aug 2009
    To meet the ever-increasing complexity of interdisciplinary research in the global healthcare provision market, World Scientific will launch a series on Global Healthcare Economics.
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  • 3 June 2009
    World Scientific and Nature Publishing Group seal collaborative partnership to co-publish Nanoscience and Technology: A Collection of Reviews from NATURE in their first book project.
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  • 12 March 2010
    World Scientific Author wins University of Cape Town Book Award 2010
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  • 2 March 2009
    World Scientific Publishes Prof Ahmed H Zewail's Breakthrough Work
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  • 11 February 2009
    World Scientific's Hedge Fund Alpha Book Receives Critical Acclaim From The Investment Professional
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  • 8 Jan 2009
    World Scientific congratulates Professor Steven Chu, 1997 Nobel Laureate in Physics, who has been nominated Secretary of Energy - designate by U.S. President-elect Barack Obama.
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  • 31 Oct 2008
    World Scientific Paves the Way to Nobel Prize for Young Aspiring Students
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  • 22 Oct 2008
    The management and staff of World Scientific congratulate Prof Chen Ning Yang, Nobel laureate in Physics, on being conferred the Degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) by Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore on 16 October 2008 in recognition of his significant and wide-ranging contributions in the science arena.
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  • 9 Oct 2008
    World Scientific warmly congratulates Prof Osamu Shimomura of Marine Biological Lab., Woods Hole, who is awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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  • 8 Oct 2008
    World Scientific extends our heartiest congratulations to our authors Prof. Yoichiro Nambu from the University of Chicago and Prof. Makoto Kobayashi from KEK, Japan, for winning the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics!
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  • 5 Sep 2008
    World Scientific Publishing Fall Back-to-School Sales at Quantum Books
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  • 27 July 2008
    Click here for the latest updates and news on World Scientific and our publishing program!

  • 28 May 2008
    In collaboration with the Chern Institute of Mathematics (CIM) at Nankai University (NU), World Scientific (WS) set up a new branch office in Tianjin, China on 8 April 2008.
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  • 28 May 2008
    We would like to congratulate Nobel laureate Carl Wieman, distinguished professor of physics at the University of Boulder at Colorado, who was elected to be a member of the prestigious US National Academy of Education for his pioneering efforts in educational research.
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  • 18 Oct 2007
    World Scientific Editorial Board member, Professor Gerhard Ertl has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2007 for "his studies of chemical processes on solid surfaces". This is the first Nobel Prize award for surface chemisty since 1932, which went to Irving Langmuir.
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  • 18 Oct 2007
    World Scientific Editorial Board Member Eric Maskins is awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics 2007, together with Leonid Hurwicz and Roger Myerson. The trio were honored for "having laid the foundations of mechanism design theory".
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  • 2 Oct 2007
    University of Adelaide don and Imperial College Press (ICP) author Stephen Lincoln was honored by UNESCO for his "scientific approach to the problems humanity faces and for ways of improving our stewardship of Earth". In 2006, ICP published his highly regarded book "Challenged Earth".
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  • 14 Sep 2007
    Professor Edmund Wilson, co-author with Andrew Sessler of the book Engines of Discovery — A Century of Particle Accelerators, made a presentation on the 11 July 2007 at CERN. Professor Wilson, who has been actively engaged in research at CERN since the early sixties, gave a presentation that was informal and inspiring to an audience of young researchers.
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  • 15 Aug 2007
    In a world of ever-changing uncertainty and constant political, economical and technological advancement, continuous learning and innovation are key to success — this is what the 100-odd business leaders, civil servants and academics who attended the book launch of Dynamic Governance learnt on July 23, 2007.
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  • 14 June 2007
    World Scientific author Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, who won the 1991 Nobel Prize in Physics has passed away. He was 74.
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  • 30 May 2007
    Resource-oriented Water Management (2nd Edition) takes consolation prize at Asia Pacific Publishers Association Book Awards.
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  • 22 Mar 2007
  • World Scientific author Professor Y. C. Fung is the recipient of the Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize of 2007.
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  • 18 Jan 2007
    Imperial College Press launches "The Life and Scientific Legacy of George Porter", honoring one of the most respected scientists in the UK.
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  • 28 Dec 2006
    S Rajaratnam on Singapore: From Ideas to Reality is launched in Singapore by Professor Tommy Koh, Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large.
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  • 18 Oct 2006
    In support of research and education in Vietnam, World Scientific donates more than 17,000 books to seven Vietnamese Universities. The book receiving ceremony hosted by Hanoi University of Technology took place on 25 September 2006, and was attended by representatives from each of the receiving universities.
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  • 18 Oct 2006
    Mathematics wonder Terence Tao once again scores honours for his exceptional creativity and promise. The John and Catherine MacArthur Foundations announces that Professor Tao is awarded the MacArthur grant, also commonly known as a "genius" grant.
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  • 18 Oct 2006
    George Smoot wins the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics with John Mather for the discovery of the blackbody form and anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation.
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  • 21 Sep 2006
    The 1st International Workshop for University & Professional Society Presses brings publishing professionals from both the east and west together for round table discussions on trends in STM and Academic publishing.
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  • 29 Aug 2006
    World Scientific author Terence Tao is awarded the Fields Medal for his contributions to partial differential equations, combinatorics, harmonic analysis and additive number theory.
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  • 11 Aug 2006
    World Scientific Celebrates 25 Years of Publishing with distinguished guests and authors including Nobel Laureate in Physics C.N. Yang, Douglas Osheroff (Nobel Laureate in Physics), Aaron Ciechanover (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry), Professor Tommy Koh (Singapore's Ambassador-At-Large) and Lee Khoon Choy (Former Ambassador of Singapore), to name a few.
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  • 21 July 2006
    Money is a matter close to the heart for most people. But how do you properly manage it so as to achieve your financial objectives? Wealth Wisdom for Everyone shows you how.
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  • 25 May 2006
    Science Community Toasts MIT Professor Frank Wilczek, Betsy Devine and Fantastic Realities at the book's April 27 Book Launch Party.
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  • 28 April 2006
    The Chinese edition of Keeping My Mandarin Alive is launched in Shanghai by Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew.
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  • 28 April 2006
    World Scientific joins the physics community and many ordinary Israelis in mourning the sad passing of renowned physicist and Former Israeli minister Professor Yuval Ne'eman.
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  • 28 Feb 2006
    The Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations was held in January 2006 in Boston. Senior Editor Juliet Lee shares her thoughts and experiences on the trip.
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  • 27 Jan 2006
    Singapore Minister of Foreign Affairs, George Yeo is Guest of Honor at the launch of Pioneers of Modern China, a fascinating book that paints a vivid picture of the unique cultural characteristics and behavior of the Chinese in the various provinces.
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  • 27 Jan 2006
    Offering a refreshing view of leadership as a psycho-social phenomenon, Leading Starts in the Mind launches in Singapore to an enthusiastic crowd of about 70 people. Casting new light on assumptions that drive today's decisions, Professor Moneim El-Meligi's conceptualization of leadership challenges much of our conventional wisdom and traditional notions.
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  • 27 Oct 2005
    John Bahcall, a leading astrophysicist who was based at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton has died from a rare blood disease. Professor Bahcall had collaborated closely with World Scientific's publishing program on publications relating to Neutrino Physics.
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  • 11 Oct 2005
    NIST physicist John L. Hall is awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in the development of laser-based precision spectroscopy, including the optical frequency comb technique. World Scientific is proud to be the publisher of the Proceedings of the John Hall Symposium held at the University of Colorado in August 2004.
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  • 9 Sep 2005
    Hans Bethe (1906-2005) won the Nobel Prize in 1967 and he was the last of the giants of theoretical physicists during the 20th century. He had asked his long-time collaborator, Gerry Brown, to edit a book explaining his physics. Brown and Chang-Hwan Lee, also a Bethe collaborator, are putting together reviews by experts including C.N. Yang, Freeman Dyson, Neil Ashcroft, David Mermin, Boris Ioffe and others. This important new book Hans Bethe and His Physics will be out in Summer 2006.

  • 30 Aug 2005
    Prof. K. K. Phua, Chairman of World Scientific, is proud to receive a delegation from the China University Press Association headed by Prof. Li Jiaqiang, President of Tsinghua University Press.
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  • 16 Aug 2005
    In celebration of the 50th year of publication of the Singapore Economic Review journal, an international conference featuring keynote speaker, Edward Prescott, 2004 Nobel Laureate in Economics was held in Singapore from 4-6 August 2005.
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  • 16 Aug 2005
    As Singapore celebrates its 40th anniversary since independence, World Scientific is proud to present The Little Red Dot: Reflections by Singapore's Diplomats, co-published with the Institute of Policy Studies. Contributors include Singapore's past and current presidents, ministers, and numerous diplomats.

  • 4 Aug 2005
    We are pleased to announce World Scientific's latest Internet initiative eProceedings which allows us to offer a wider variety of products to our customers. Following e-journals and e-books, eProceedings will further enhance our services to the academic and professional communities, and speed up the dissemination of knowledge and information. Conference organisers, especially, are welcome to visit this new site.

  • 15 Jun 2005
    World Scientific author Professor Leon O. Chua is the first recipient of the 2005 IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award for seminal contributions to the foundation of nonlinear circuit theory and for inventing Chua's Circuit and Cellular Networks.
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  • 15 Jun 2005
    Singapore's Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew officiates the launch of "Keeping My Mandarin Alive - Lee Kuan Yew's Language Learning Experience", and shares his personal philosophy on the importance of learning Chinese.
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  • 06 May 2005
    World Scientific author Professor Louis Chen receives the title of Chevalier de I'Ordre des Palmes Academiques from the French government for his contribution to relations between France and Singapore within the academic field.
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  • 24 Mar 2005
    Professor Gerard 't Hooft, the co-winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize for Physics was recently in Singapore to launch his newest book, 50 Years of Yang-Mills Theory, an occasion graced by His Excellency, Mr Hendrik van Pesh, the Netherlands Ambassador to Singapore, and attended by academics, researchers, and educators from the local Physics community.
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  • 22 Mar 2005
    Awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, the Abel Prize this year goes to Professor Peter D. Lax of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. No stranger to World Scientific, Professor Lax sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Hyperbolic Differential Equations and was featured in Volume 2 of the Wolf Prize in Mathematics.
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  • 21 Mar 2005
    A Clinical Approach to Medicine (Second Edition) which is World Scientific's latest textbook showcasing medical expertise in the Asia-Pacific region, was launched in February this year. The event took place at the Singapore General Hospital.
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  • 15 Apr 2004
    Curious about what we're up to? Read our latest corporate newsletter to find out!
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  • 14 Mar 2005
    Hans A. Bethe, who was the author of one volume and editor of another volume of the "World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics" published by World Scientific, died on 6 March 2005. He was 98, among the last of the giants who inaugurated the nuclear age.
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  • 25 Feb 2005
    Spinning off from WorldSciNet.com, WorldSciNetArchives.com was launched in January 2005 to make older content electronically available in subject collections. The portal contains abstracts and full-text articles dating back to 1973.
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  • 23 Feb 2005
    World Scientific has invited Nobel Laureate Prof Gerard 't Hooft to Singapore for the 7th WSPC Nobel Laureate Lecture Series. He is also here to launch his book "50 Years of Yang-Mills Theory" which will be available for sale at the Public Lecture. Admission is free, and no registration is required. Seating on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • 4 Feb 2005
    The next time your door chime buzzes, you may be in for a big surprise - Carl Djerassi, Father of the Pill, and one of World Scientific's eminent writers, may just be at your doorstep! For the friendly postman may be handing you mails that feature his face - on a stamp.
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  • 16 Dec 2004
    World Scientific is saddened by the passing of world-renowned mathematician Shiing-Shen Chern.

    The towering figure in differential geometry had rendered World Scientific strong support and assistance since our founding in the early 1980s. He had published several works with us and had given us invaluable advice.
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  • 17 Oct 2004
    Vitaly L. Ginzburg, author of Superconductivity has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2003 for his contribution in Quantum Physics (Superconductivity). The press release can be found on the official Nobel e-Museum site.

  • 7 Oct 2004
    For the discovery of asymptotic freedom in the theory of the strong interaction, World Scientificís distinguished author Frank Wilczek (MIT) was awarded the 2004 Physics Nobel Prize. He shared the prize with David J Gross (University of California, Santa Barbara) and H David Politzer (Caltech).

    Prof. Wilczek, who has hundreds of publications under his belt, is the author of two of WS acclaimed titles, namely Geometric Phases In Physics and Fractional Statistics And Anyon Superconductivity. Apart from Prof. Wilczek, Prof. Gross is also a contributor to WS volumes, including At the Frontier of Particle Physics.

  • 7 Oct 2004
    Aaron Ciechanover (Israel Institute of Technology), editor of The Ubiquitin-Proteasome Proteolytic System shares the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2004 with Avram Hershko and Irwin Rose. The trio are being honored for the discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation.

  • 7 Oct 2004
    Some 50 people got together to celebrate the first anniversary of the Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, and its official launch. The red-letter day was, incidentally, a day before the birthdays of WS' Chairman Professor K K Phua and JBCB's managing editor Professor John Wooley.

  • 7 May 2004
    50 Years of Yang-Mills Theory looks back at the developments and achievements in elementary particle physics that ensued from that beautiful idea. Edited by Gerardus 't Hooft, and scheduled to be released this winter, the volume consists of contributions from an international team of experts such as S Adler, P van Baal, F A Bais, C Becchi, M Creutz, A DeRujula, B S DeWitt, F Englert, L D Faddeev, D Gross, P Hasenfratz, R Jackiw, P van Nieuwenhuizen, A Polyakov, R Stora, S Weinberg, F Wilczek, E Witten, and C N Yang, who are all distinguished players in this field.

  • 19 Feb 2004
    World Scientific scored a first on February 18, taking the lead in Asia Pacific to avail electronic journals to a group of more than 100 universities in Mainland China. These universities hail from 13 districts in China and include top universities such as Tsinghua University and Peking University from Beijingas well as smaller ones like Yanshan University (Heilongjiang) and Agricultural University of Hebei. Click here to see the full story.

  • 19 Feb 2004
    In Knowing China, Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at Princeton University, goes beyond the 5,000 years of Chinese culture to offer an insight into the world's most populous country through its people, economy, education, science and technology, as well as government and political system. He has woven his experience of working with top government officials in Taiwan and Mainland China in the newly-released title.

  • 6 Nov 2003
    Remnants of the Fall: Revelations of Particle Secrets, William Rolnick's fascinating book combining particle physics and poetry is featured in the Oakland Press this month. Go to the newspaper's online edition to read what the Pulitzer Prize nominee has to say about the "beauty and power" of particle physics.

  • 30 Sep 2003
    More than 30 Nobel Peace Laureates and Eminent Scholars come together to voice their views and concerns on the Iraq war in latest book Iraq War and its Consequences: Thoughts of Nobel Peace Laureates and Eminent Scholars. Co-edited by Prof. Irwin Abrams, leading expert world-wide in the history of the Nobel Peace Prize, and Prof. Wang Gungwu, Director of East Asian Institute at NUS.

  • 29 Sep 2003
    World Scientific congratulates Professor Harald Niederreiter on winning the prestigious National Science Award. Professor Niederreiter is editor of one of our bestsellers, Coding Theory and Cryptology.

  • 8 July 2003
    The lecture on "Thematic Melodies of Twentieth Century Theoretical Physics: Quantization, Symmetry and Phase Factor" was delivered by Professor CN Yang during the International Conference on Theoretical Physics in Paris, UNESCO from 22 to 27 July 2002. It was submitted to International Journal of Modern Physics A (IJMPA) for publication and will be published in the August 2003 issue.

  • 4 July 2003
    The ISI impact factor for Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences (M3AS) has increased to 1.189. This places the journal in position 19 out of 156 classified journals in Applied Mathematics!

  • 24 June 2003
    Pioneers of Microbiology and the Nobel Prize has been written in such a way that it can be enjoyed even by those without an extensive knowledge of microbiology and medicine. What a reviewer says: "Lagerkvist has written an extremely informative and simple description of four giants in the field of microbiology. His easy-going style and a focus on the straightforward elements of the lives of the Nobelists make for a voyage of entertainment and education."

  • 29 Apr 2003
    "Remnants of the Fall" sings about the beauty of the fundamental laws of nature. Clear, accurate descriptions for general science readers (no equations in sight!) are punctuated with original, scintillating verses. Many of the poems appear as interludes that reinforce the discussions as they amuse the reader, making this informative book a delight to read.

  • 17 Apr 2003
    The recent outbreak of the new disease SARS brings forth greater challenges to combat it in the midst of a global economic slowdown. To contribute towards a better understanding of SARS and related issues, World Scientific is pleased to publish the first easy-to-read reference book SARS War: Combating the Disease. It is also available in Chinese as SARS The Mysterious Killer.

  • 7 Apr 2003
    War and Peace in the 20th Century and Beyond is a candid discussion about the conflicts of the 20th century and how the 21st century may become a more peaceful one. Notable contributors include Kim Dae-jung, Amartya Sen, Joseph Nye. Jr and Michael Doyle.

  • 27 Mar 2003
    Facts and Mysteries in Elementary Particle Physics, a new potential bestseller by Prof Martinus Veltman (1999 Nobel laureate in Physics), is a masterpiece. Anyone interested in the world of elementary particle physics must get a copy. Available now.

  • 29 Jan 2003
    Prof Mengchu Zhou (New Jersey Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering), the author of our book Modeling, Simulation and Control of Flexible Manufacturing Systems: A Petri Net Approach, has been recently elected as the 2003 IEEE Fellow for his contribution to Petri Nets and their applications to computer-integrated systems.

  • 23 Jan 2003
    In February 2003 at Dallas, the Chinese Institute of Engineers/USA will present the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award to Prof Chih-Tang Sah (University of Florida, USA), author of our bestselling book Fundamentals of Solid State Electronics. This is to recognize his pioneering contributions essential to the characterization, development, and engineering of integrated circuits. We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Prof Sah.

  • 11 Jan 2003
    Online submissions to the following journals are now available through our advanced, newly-launched system: Modern Physics Letters A, Modern Physics Letters B, International Journal of Modern Physics A, International Journal of Modern Physics Letters B and International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence.

    World Scientific has just launched our first e-proceedings website! Designed to enhance the quality of our service to conference organizers, e-proceedings is more than just an electronic version of traditional proceedings. The website features an interative online forum for conference participants and visitors to discuss topics presented during the conference. You can also download online abstracts and presentation slides.


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