Welcome to the Physics Community

Welcome to the new Nature Portfolio Physics Community! The new Community is a space for all those interested in physics research - both pure and applied - to share their views, build networks, and explore the latest research.
Welcome to the Physics Community

Launching in March 2022, we are incredibly excited to see the Physics Community grow alongside the other Nature Portfolio and Springer Nature Research Communities. As the Community starts out, we are looking forward to welcoming new Behind the Paper posts exploring the latest articles, news and opinion pieces about recent findings, updates from editorial teams, and much more. We’d love you to join us as things kick off in the Physics Community!

Getting involved

You can join the Physics Community to receive updates on the latest research and discussions happening in the Community. If you’re new to the Community, click the ‘Register’ button on the top of the homepage to get started! 

If you’re already a member of the Community, you can get involved right away by commenting on or liking posts. Or, if you have an idea for a post, you can contact the Communities team for support and advice on getting started. You can also visit the About the Community channel to explore answers to any questions you might have about the Community, including tips and advice on completing your profile and writing a post. 

Exploring the Communities

You might see some posts from before March 2022 in the Physics Community, this is because the Community is also the new home to the On Your Wavelength blog posts, which were previously shared by the Nature editorial teams. Now, we’re excited to give them a new home as part of  their very own Physics Community! We hope you will join us in exploring these posts, and many more to come, and celebrating the latest in physics research.

As well as the Physics Community, there are a number of other Springer Nature and Nature Portfolio Communities to dive into, including the Astronomy, Materials, and Engineering Communities. You can explore all the Communities here and, if you have any questions, you can always contact the team.

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