One final piece of news in which both of the regular readers of this blog might be interested. I thought I should end on a forward-looking note. The latest issue of Philosophical Transactions A is an issue called 'Visions of the Future' - a collection of short general articles by younger scientists summarising recent work in their research area and looking to the future.
For the next month or so, all the content can be downloaded free from the journal's homepage:
I'm particularly excited about this since I submitted a contribution, with the catchy title 'The emergence of a coherent structure for coherent structures: localized states in nonlinear systems', so you can get some idea of the kind of thing I think about for the 'day job'. Hopefully its not too heavy going - certainly there are plenty of pictures. Do have a look!
To keep on cheering for the home team for a moment, I'd like to also recommend Sofia Pascu's article 'Towards nanomedicines: design protocols to assemble, visualize and test carbon nanotube probes for multi-modality biomedical imaging.' which is similarly absorbing. Happy reading! From me, and from the Festo penguins, it's 'So long, and thanks for all the fish'.View all 'Living in a complex world' blog posts