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On Thursday, November 5th, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 21:00 PM, the Café de la prospective will receive Nathalie Popiolek, a Senior Expert at the Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA), and a technological foresight specialist.

Nathalie Popiolek has just published a book: "Prospective technologique, un guide axé sur des cas concrets" with EDP Sciences.

EDP Sciences is always considering ways to best serve their partners to reflect the needs of the readers of their journals and the libraries that subscribe to them. In recent years, it has become clear that the demand of the market is moving rapidly towards the electronic edition of journals, with the print version becoming less important.

Europhysicsnews is proud to unveil a brand new website that combines a fresh and modern design, which we hope you will find informative, helpful and user-friendly.

New features have been included to read and share europhysicsnews content.

Since the Opening Ceremony in January, this Year of Light has been a real success in France, with over 600 events throughout the country!

Come and visit the French "ANNÉE DE LA LUMIÈRE EN FRANCE" website at www.lumiere2015.fr or read the press release (in French)

EDP Open, the Open Access imprint from EDP Sciences, is delighted to announce the launch of a fully Open Access Journal EPJ N Nuclear Sciences & Technologies which is edited in partnership with the French Nuclear Energy Society (SFEN). EPJ N will be a fully open access peer reviewed journal and will publish technical papers, technical notes, critical reviews, selected papers from workshop and congress proceedings, computer code abstracts, and letters to the editor in all areas of the peaceful use of nuclear energy, as well as on applications of nuclear particles and radiation. EPJ N is a part of The European Physical Journal (EPJ) which is a series of peer-reviewed journals covering the whole spectrum of physics and related interdisciplinary subjects.

To discover more including how to submit your paper visit: www.epj-n.org

EDP Sciences is pleased to announce that Astronomy and Astrophysics (A&A) will move to online-only publication from the beginning of 2016.

EDP Sciences is always considering ways to best serve their partners to reflect the needs of the readers of their journals and the libraries that subscribe to them. In recent years, it has become clear that the demand of the market is moving rapidly towards the electronic edition of journals, with the print version becoming less important.

Read more about this major change from Dr. Jan Lub, Chairman of the board of A&A.

EDP Sciences will be at the Frankfurt Book Fair, which will take place from 14th to 18th October 2015.

The Frankfurt Book fair is the most important event in the world for books and publications. It is held every year in mid-October, in Frankfurt Am Main (Germany).

Anne Simoneau (Director of Sales), Nathalie Clément (Subscriptions Dpt Manager) and Pauline Barraud (Book Sales Manager) will be present to meet you. Come and meet us on our booth #H32, Hall 4.2.

If you are interested in scheduling a meeting with our team, do not hesitate to send us an e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

See you soon in Frankfurt!

EDP Sciences and Astronomy & Astrophysics (A&A) are excited to announce their involvement in the following key events being held at the XXIX General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in Honolulu.

EDP Sciences will be attending the ADBU 45th Conference in Besançon (France) from the 29th September to the 1st October 2015 – booth #49.

Anne Simoneau (Director of Sales), Nathalie Clément (Subscriptions Dpt Manager) and Pauline Barraud (Books sales Manager), will be present, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make an appointment to discuss EDP Sciences publications and the services we can provide for our partners.

Jean-Paul Zahn

It is with immense sadness that EDP Sciences announces the death of Jean-Paul Zahn, on the 15th of July. He was 80 years old.

After entering to Ecole Normale Superieure de la rue d’Ulm in 1955, he joined La Sorbonne and then the Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris where he defended his PhD under the supervision of Prof. E. Shatzman in 1966 on tides in binary stars. His study had a strong impact on that field of astrophysics. He was able to apply his discovery on tide dissipation to many systems such as exoplanets and planets of our solar system.