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Novel Magnetic Material Made
March Issue of APS News Now Online
In this issue: APS to review its statement on climate change, learn about the proposed soft matter topical group, find out how the physical sciences fared in the recently passed 2014 spending bill, and more.
Physical Review Applied Debuts
The newest APS journal dedicated to all fields of applied physics debuts with seven inaugural articles and two editorials.
New Website for APS Journals
APS has refreshed the web pages for the Physical Review family of journals with a more mobile-friendly interactive design.
APS to Review Statement on Climate Change
In accordance with a standing policy to review official statements every 5 years, a subcommittee of the APS Panel on Public Affairs is reviewing the society's statement on climate change.
Physicist Rush Holt to Leave Congress
Representative Rush Holt (D-N.J.) announced he'll be retiring at the end of the year, leaving only one physicist serving in Congress.
New AAPT-ALPhA Award
The new AAPT-ALPhA award recognizes outstanding undergraduate student work in the development of an experiment or device for their advanced laboratory.
APS March Meeting 2014
More than 9,000 physicists and students descended on the Colorado Convention Center in Denver to present abstracts in 600 contributed and invited sessions.