APS in the News

Tetraquark Questions
August 29, 2014
Newly discovered particles have incited a fierce debate about matter at the quantum scale.
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Micro-Crack Construction
August 29, 2014
Controlling microscopic cracking could lead to a new method for creating tiny patterns.
Gray arrow Article: New Scientist
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Signs of Strange Baryons
August 25, 2014
Evidence builds for the existence of strange baryons.
Gray arrow Article: The Register
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Quantum Computer Cooling
August 25, 2014
Nanosized magnetic materials could cool computers with spin-carrying currents.
Gray arrow Article: Popular Science
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The newest regional section of APS will host its inaugural meeting at Pennsylvania State University in October. Abstract submission and registration are open now.
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This year’s meeting focused on the role of the Master's degree in advancing underrepresented minority students toward PhDs in physics.
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