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The American Institute of Physics (AIP) has launched Release 2 of the AIP UniPHY professional networking site for physical scientists.  Developed in partnership with Collexis Holdings, this latest release is claimed to have an enhanced design and more powerful features to further assist physical science researchers worldwide to connect and collaborate.

The enhancements to AIP UniPHY include a new interface that is said to be more streamlined and user-friendly, with a new layout and new graphics. The new CV section allows researchers to display their professional profiles, including education, work histories, and current research interests. In addition, a blog, managed by AIP, offers helpful information on how to get maximum use from the site.

Collexis and AIP have also incorporated the ability for users to upload photos, link to social bookmarking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Delicious, and a 'People you might know' feature, which lists researchers that have collaborated with one's co-authors.