The APS March Meeting is the biggest physics meeting of the year anywhere. It is a showcase for cutting-edge research results that frequently lead to new electronic, communications, computer, and medical diagnosis products that have done so much to shape modern science and culture.
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March meeting press events took place at the Baltimore Convention Center.
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- The healing mechanism for excited molecules near metallic surfaces, A29.1
- Impact of Helicobacter Pylori on Mucus Rheology, B29.8
- Self-guiding of 100 TW Femtosecond Laser Pulses in Centimeter-scale Underdense Plasma, N43.12
- Some Thoughts Regarding Practical Quantum Computing, W40.15
- Magnetic Fields Create Artificial Gravity Chamber for Microorganisms, B29.3
- The Dynamical Evolution of Seizures: Discriminating Spatiotemporal Patterns in Neurons, Z7.3
- How to Distinguish between Cancer and Normal Cells: a Physicist's View, V26.1
- Towards the Fountain of Youth: Recovery of Elasticity of Aged Epithelial Cells, C1.131
- Abundance of Pseudoknots in the RNA World, B26.9
- Electrical Properties of Atom Wires Unraveled, B9.1
- Vortex-like light states help create a new kind of qubit for quantum information processing, B43.13
- Fluorescence microscopy studies of the antifreeze proteins, K29.11 and K29.12
- The Scaling Laws of Human Travel - A Message from George, Z28.4
- Large interaction between two light pulses traveling at equally slow velocities, N43.1
- Elucidating the nature of the Bose-Einstein condensate observed in cold fermionic gases when fermionic atoms are strongly paired, A43.3
- STM Manipulation of Nanoscale Biological Molecules, D9.5
- A Device for Tracking a Single Nanometer-Sized Particle in 3D with Nanometer Resolution and Millisecond Response Time, G26.8
- The Structure of Parasites in Food Webs, R28.9
- Energy Dependence of Biological Systems Under Radiation Exposure, G29.6, G29.7, and G29.9
- A Snake’s Perspective on Heat: How to Reconstruct Imperfect Detection of Infrared Radiation, Y26.3
- March Madness in Quantum Gases: New Phases and Exotic Fractal Behavior of Atoms in Optical Lattices, R43.6
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