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APS Fellow Ernest J. Moniz Confirmed U.S. Energy Secretary
The Senate confirmed Ernest J. Moniz as U.S. Energy Secretary. A physics professor at MIT, Moniz serves on the President's Council of Advisors for Science and Technology. His research interests include energy, science and technology, and national security policy.
APS Election: Vote Now!
The APS annual general election is open until June 28 to all members. Vote now for Vice President, International Councilor, General Councilor, and Chair-Elect of the APS Nominating Committee.
Proposed K-12 Education Statement
APS members have the opportunity to read and comment on a draft statement on K-12 Education being considered for Council approval as an official APS statement.
APS Recognizes Dark Matter Discovery
APS President Michael Turner (left) presents a plaque to Vera Reubin and Kent Ford at the Carnegie Institute of Washington's Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, recognizing their detection in the 1960s of the anomalous rotation of distant galaxies, indicating the presence of a mysterious dark matter.