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Meet the editorial team

James TyrrellJames Tyrrell
Project Editor

Over the past 10 years, James has climbed the career ladder from reporter on to editor of and has witnessed the rise of graphene as the world’s most promising material. Before joining IOP Publishing he worked as a device engineer in the UK and then as a researcher in Australia and Germany, helping to develop needle-free injection products, watching nanobubbles and measuring tiny features on computer chips.

Susan CurtisSusan Curtis
Managing Editor

Susan has close to two decades worth of experience in publishing and editing scientific magazines and websites. Her recent work includes Science Impact Brazil, which takes an in-depth look at the interplay between science, investment and economic success. Before joining IOP Publishing, Susan was part of BP’s international research team.

Joe McEnteeJoe McEntee
Head of Publishing, Education and the Americas

Joe is responsible for the scientific-journalism function at IOP Publishing across a portfolio of print, online and digital products serving the international physics community. He is also responsible for IOP’s education publishing programme and provides an editorial lead on publishing development in the Americas.

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Chris ThomasChris Thomas
Group Advertising Manager

Chris is the key contact for advertising sales on TMR+ and its parent journal Translational Materials Research. Most recently, Chris helped to launch Physics Connect – a website that helps researchers and developers find products and services to build the latest devices.

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