APS in the News

Neutron Test of Dark Energy
April 18, 2014
Bouncing neutrons rule out some theories of the exotic origins of dark energy.
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Quantum Texts
April 16, 2014
Physicists are working to bring quantum key encryption to cell phones.
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Micro-macro Entanglement
April 16, 2014
Optomechanical resonators could be used entangle objects on macroscopic scales.
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Quantum Origin of Time's Arrow
April 16, 2014
Quantum entanglement may explain why time moves in only one direction.
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Meet the 2014 APS General Election Candidates

Online Voting Opens May 15. Stay tuned for email!Voting for your 2015 APS Vice President, Chair-Elect of the Nominating Committee, International Councilor, and General Councilor will open on May 15. Candidate bios and statements are available online.
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APS Bridge Program Summer Meeting

Early Bird Registration Deadline: May 2
APS Bridge Program Summer MeetingThis year's meeting will bring together experts to discuss efforts to increase the number underrepresented minorities (URMs) who receive PhDs in physics and explore the role of Masters' degrees for URM students.
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In Memoriam: Andrew Sessler

Physicist, humanitarian, and former APS President (1998) Andrew Sessler passed away on April 18 at the age of 85.
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PhysTEC Request for Proposals

The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) project is soliciting proposals for new sites.
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2013 APS Annual Report

The APS Annual Report provides an overview of the society's activities, achievements, and financial operations over the past year.
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APS Collecting Signatures to Free Omid Kokabee

APS will raise awareness and collect signatures at the April Meeting to petition for the release of imprisoned physics student and APS member Omid Kokabee.
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April Issue of APS News

In this issue: Research recap from the APS March Meeting, introducing APS Local Links, physicists in international aid, and more.
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APS April Meeting 2014

More than 1,000 physicists and students met in Savannah, GA to present research in nearly 200 contributed and invited sessions, including three plenary sessions. In one plenary session, Neil deGrasse Tyson spoke to a packed room on science communication and social media.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson at the APS April Meeting 2014

APS Corporate Reform

A new webpage provides background information and opportunity for member comment on APS Corporate Reform.
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