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The organisers gratefully acknowledge support from the following organisations:
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The Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics covers the breadth of the physical aspects of polymer systems, from charge and ion transport and optical properties, through nanotechnology and energy applications to biological polymers and beyond. With rapid, professional peer review, post-acceptance publication online in just 15 days, and broader exposure through news stories on MaterialsViews.com and editor's choice newsletters, don't miss your chance to publish in the polymer physics journal for the 21st century. We've put together a virtual issue with our best papers on the topics of the conference, which is free to download via this link: bit.ly/PAPS_2013. Take a look to see our scope in action, and submit your paper via www.polymerphysics.org.