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A New Guide for Job Seekers
APS Careers 2020 launches this month to provide APS members with resources for job hunting and career advancement.
The APS Forum on Outreach and Engaging the Public
Physicists dedicated to public outreach strive to communicate physics to the general public.
Industrial Physicist Selects APS as Sole Beneficiary of Generous Estate Gift
Suha Oguz seeks to combat science illiteracy by supporting APS education, diversity, and public engagement programs.
APS Forum on Physics and Society Video Presentations Now Available
Catch up on sessions from the APS March and April meetings.
The 40th International School for Young Astronomers in Egypt
Students from eight countries gathered for an in-depth astronomy workshop and a chance to see the sights of the host country.
Sensing Seizures with Machine Learning
Biophysicist Louis Nemzer shares his research into an early warning system for people with uncontrolled epilepsy.
Jefferson Science Fellowships
The application deadline is fast approaching for an exciting opportunity with the US Department of State and the US Agency for International Development.
Preprints Make Inroads Outside of Physics
Scientists in disciplines outside of physics are beginning to embrace preprint servers in the tradition of the arXiv.
Highlights from the 2019 Canadian-American-Mexican Physics Conference
This Month in Physics History
October 1842: William Grove’s letter to Faraday Describing a Fuel Cell
Office of Government Affairs
APS Members Make the Case for ‘Keep STEM Talent Act of 2019’
Education and Diversity News
New APS Program Promotes Positive Perceptions of STEM Teaching
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
White House Details Latest R&D Priorities
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