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October 1996 (Volume 5, Number 9)

1996 Fall Meeting Madness

No fewer than nine APS units - four divisions and five geographical sections - are holding their fall meetings in the months of October and November, making it one of the busiest times of the year for the Society. The APS is also sponsoring the 49th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference, 20-24 October at Argonne National Laboratory, focusing on basic phenomena and plasma processes in ionized gases, as well as the relevant theory and measurement of basic atomic and molecular collision processes.

OCTOBER 1996

2-5
10-12
11-12
18-19
20-25
20-24
Division of Nuclear Physics
Texas Section
New York State Section
New England Section
Division of Laser Science
Gaseous Electronics Conference
Cambridge, MA
Arlington, TX
Ithaca, NY
Burlington, VT
Rochester, NY
Argonne, IL

NOVEMBER 1996

1-2
11-15
14-16
24-26
Ohio Section
Division of Plasma Physics
Southeastern Section
Division of Fluid Dynamics
Athens, OH
Denver, CO
Decatur, GA
Syracuse, NY


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Editor: Barrett H. Ripin

October 1996 (Volume 5, Number 9)

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APS Launches New Mass Media Fellowship Program
APS Electronic Journals and Services Come Online
Professor Hans Bethe Turns 90
1996 Fall Meeting Madness
In His Own Words: Liu Gang: A Story of Physics and Freedom in China
APS Supports Formation of ICSU Human Rights Monitoring Committee
NSF's GOALI Program Promotes Industrial/Academic Partnerships
Hansch to Receive Schawlow Prize at DLS Meeting
National Society of Hispanic Physicists Founded
Book Review
In Brief
Letters
APS Views
Leaving Science Can Be a Good Career Decision
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