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At the Frontiers of Subatomic Physics
Reflecting on nearly 50 years of nuclear science with Physical Review C.
Kavli Symposium 2019: From Unit Cell to Biological Cell
Highlights from the 2019 March Meeting Kavli Symposium.
Physicists Learn to Rewire Biology
Synthetic biologists at the March Meeting share their research.
The Division of Condensed Matter Physics
Meet DCMP, the largest APS division.
What Exactly is APSIT?
APS membership benefits include access to the American Physical Society Insurance Trust.
Fixing Wikipedia’s Diversity Problem
An edit-a-thon at the March Meeting resulted in new Wikipedia pages for female and minority physicists.
A Journey Through Quantum Space and Time
Performances at the March Meeting explore the quantum world and physics history.
Reviews of Modern Physics 90th Anniversary Symposium
This year's March Meeting featured a special symposium to celebrate 90 years of RMP.
APS News Takes on LabEscape
A team of adventurers pay a visit to Professor S's lab for a physics-based escape room.
Q&A: Bruce Wielicki Thinks the World Needs a Climate Observatory
NASA scientist shares his vision for the future of climate science.
This Month in Physics History
April 14, 1932: Cockcroft and Walton Split the Atom
APS Office of Government Affairs
Climate Change Tops Science Policy Issues Among APS Members at March Meeting
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
Trump Again Seeks Sweeping Budget Cuts to Science
Education and Diversity News
PhysTEC Teacher of the Year
New Journal Launch: Physical Review Research
Set to open for submissions soon, the new open access journal published by APS will cover the full spectrum of research topics of interest to the physics community
Five Institutions Join the PhysTEC 5+ Club
PhysTEC announces the colleges and universities that graduated 5 or more physics teachers in the 2017-2018 academic year.
Open Letter to the Congress and President of the United States
Nobel Laureates and science community leaders comment on harm to American science from the shutdown
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