Nuclear Science and Techniques (NST) is an international, peer-reviewed scientific journal sponsored by Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. It publishes research papers written in English on theories, experiments and applications mainly in Synchrotron Radiation Technology and Applications, Low Energy Accelerator, Ray and Applications, Nuclear Chemistry, Radiochemistry, Radiopharmaceuticals and Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Electronics and Instrumentation, Nuclear Physics and Interdisciplinary Research, Nuclear Energy Science and Engineering. The aim of this periodical is to stimulate cross-fertilization of knowledge among scientists and engineers working in the fields of nuclear research. The editor-in-chief is Prof. Yu-Gang Ma.
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This example shows how to embed audio and video files in LaTeX documents. (The videos and audios won't play in the Overleaf preview! Download the PDF and open in a suitable viewer, e.g. Acrobat Reader, to playback. But Acrobat is ending support for Flash by the end of 2020; so this may no longer work then.)
This is a basic journal article template which includes metadata fields for multiple authors, affiliations and keywords.
It is also set up to use the lineno package for line numbers; these can be turned on by adding the 'lineno' option to the documentclass command.
A modern dissertation (or thesis) LaTeX template. Originally used during my D.Phil. at the University of Oxford. Now updated to be used by students at the University of Malta. Easily customizable, so trivial to change colours and logos for your own institution.
Get in touch if you find anything untoward or have any questions (or want to buy me beer).
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