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New APS Ethics Committee Holds Inaugural Meeting
On June 6, a new standing committee met to discuss the promotion of ethical practices in physics.
The 2019 U.S. Physics Team Gets Ready for Israel
Five top physics students have been selected to represent the U.S. at the International Physics Olympiad.
Vibrant Networking in the Far West Section
A glimpse into the largest geographical section in APS.
APS Joins Consortium Aimed at Ending Harassment in Science
Over 100 member societies including APS are teaming up to share resources to combat harassment in STEMM.
Murray Gell-Mann 1929-2019
Architect of theoretical particle physics dies at 89
Holocaust Survivor George Zimmerman Leaves Legacy to APS
Remembering George Zimmerman, a physicist, an educator, and a valued supporter of APS.
Sorting Out the Neutron Lifetime
Physicists came together at the April Meeting to discuss strategies to pinpoint how long it takes a neutron to decay.
Particle Physics on a Tabletop
Small-scale, inexpensive experiments ask big physics questions.
This Month in Physics History
July 1915: William Lawrence Bragg Works on Sound Ranging for Artillery Detection
Outreach and Public Engagement
PhysicsQuest Reaches New Heights
Office of Government Affairs
International Students Key to Colorado Economy
FYI Science Policy News From AIP
Looming Lab Workforce Shortfall Worries Top Appropriator
Education and Diversity News
STEP UP: Changing the Face of Physics
APS Offices Partner on U.S. Visa Policy Survey
The Back Page
The Future of APS: Engaging Early Career Members for Equity and Inclusion
Physical Review Research Publishes its First Papers
The newest journal in the APS Physical Review family publishes its first articles.
2020 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research Awarded to Myriam P. Sarachik
Winner of APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research Selected
Openness, Security, and APS Activities to Help Maintain the Balance
In this special APS News Back Page commentary, the APS Presidential Line highlights the steps being taken by the Society to maintain the balance between international collaboration and national security.
2019 Fall Prize & Award Recipients
APS announces the Fall 2019 prize and award recipients for outstanding work in the fields of fluid dynamics, nuclear, and plasma physics.
APS Celebrates LGBTSTEM Day
July 5 marks the second annual LGBTSTEM Day, celebrating LGBT scientists
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