Welcome to Jenny Stanford Publishing
Jenny Stanford Publishing is an independent international publisher. Formerly known as Pan Stanford Publishing, the company was founded by a group of publishing professionals who are dedicated to publishing the best in various topical areas such as humanities, micro-/nanoscale science and technology, music, and liberal arts for scholarly and professional communities.
Our publications are exclusively distributed by Taylor & Francis worldwide.
Resources on - Science & Humanity
The Ocean as a Creative Experience - This book by artist, diver, and editor-in-chief of an underwater magazine Jürgen Claus is a milestone among the books dedicated to the planet sea. It is a knowledge-rich overview, created from facts and experiences, of three main themes that have never been described in context.Find Out More
Diradicaloids - π-Conjugated molecules with an even number of π-electrons usually have a closed-shell ground state. However, recent studies have demonstrated that a certain type of molecules could show open-shell singlet ground state and display diradical-like (diradicaloid) behavior.Find Out More
Analysis of Structures by Matrix Methods - The analysis of engineering structures has always been a challenge to engineers, and in the past, classical methods were used to quantify the response of a structure to the applied forces. These methods were suitable for the analysis of relatively simple structures that could be solved by hand calculations but complicated structures had to be simplified to a model that could be solved by classical methods.Find Out More
Opportunistic Premise Plumbing Pathogens - Legionella pneumophila, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Mycobacterium avium are water-borne opportunistic premise plumbing pathogens (OPPPs) that cause human disease of great economic cost. The incidence and prevalence of OPPP-disease caused by these three exemplary OPPPs is increasing at alarming rates.
Columnar Structures of Spheres - Columnar structures, many of which are helical, refer to dense cylindrical packings of particles. They are ubiquitous, for example, they exist in the contexts of botany, foams, and nanoscience. There have been in-depth investigations of columnar structures of both hard spheres (e.g., ball bearings) and soft spheres (e.g., wet foams), through computer simulations, analytic derivations, or simple experiments.Find Out More
Silver Nanoparticles - The use of silver as an antibacterial agent has been known for thousands of years. This effect can be amplified by simply reducing the size of silver particles to the nanoscale, with the added advantage of a reduction in cost and toxicity. Application of silver nanoparticles to textiles can bring considerable advantages, especially for medical support materials or for materials that cannot be washed daily.
Physics and Future of Hurricanes - This monograph is about hurricanes, prompted by a discovery that suggests they will become more powerful with global warming. It provides, at a college physics level, a basic understanding of hurricanes emphasizing the flow of energy into and out of these storms and, as a textbook, covers some material that might be taught in meteorology or atmospheric physics courses.Find Out More
Skyrmions and Hall Transport - In the past decade, the field of physics has witnessed renewed advances in physical systems without mirror (parity) symmetry. Firstly, the experimental discovery of chiral magnetic skyrmions has stirred a great deal of anticipation because their nanoscale size, topological protection, and energy efficiency make them an attractive candidate for cutting-edge spintronic applications. Secondly, the discovery of Hall viscosity, a new universal transport coefficient, through advancements in hydrodynamics has triggered extensive theoretical work in quantum Hall systems.