RSS feeds

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a tool for subscribing to online content such as blogs. Typically RSS feeds will deliver a headline, a summary, and a link to the full-text article. To use an RSS feed you will need an RSS reader, also called a newsreader. Most RSS readers are programs or apps that you install on your device, while others are web-based services you can sign up for and access through your web browser. There are many free options.

To subscribe to one of our RSS feeds, right-click the orange button, copy the link address, and paste it into your RSS reader.


  Physics Today

The world's most widely read physics publication.


  Physics Today Jobs

Find jobs, internships, and other employment opportunities in the physical sciences.


  Inside Science

Science news you can trust in an increasingly complex world.


  FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News

Current, unbiased coverage of policy and budget developments in Washington.


  FYI Opportunities

A digest of the latest opportunities in science policy from around the web, such as open positions on advisory committees, calls for information, fellowships, jobs, and internships.


  Ex Libris Universum

A blog about the history of physics collections of the Niels Bohr Library & Archives.


  AIP Journals

Journal news highlights

Leading research journals in the physical sciences.


For additional journal feeds, see that publication's respective home page. Complete list of journals from AIP Publishing.