- Science: International R&D collaborations are on the rise; countries are partnering to build big facilities.
- Industry: Companies are increasingly multinational; US companies are moving R&D facilities offshore.
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Canadian-American-Mexican Graduate Student Physics Conference 2017 (CAM2017)
APS is now accepting abstracts for CAM2017, which will be held August 17-19, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
CAM is a scientific conference and networking opportunity planned by and for physics graduate students from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The conference provides graduate students of all physics subdisciplines with opportunities to build an international network, showcase their research, and develop key professional skills.
Imprisoned Iranian Physics Graduate Released After 5 Years in Jail
Omid Kokabee—an APS member and physics graduate student — has been released on parole.
Read more about Omid Kokabee
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