|Societies Call for 7% Funding increase in Joint Statement on Scientific Research|
Along with 22 other organizations in the scientific and engineering communication, the APS issued a joint statement on scientific research in March, calling for an increase in federal research budgets.
|Physical Review A Goes Online|
Physical Review A, the APS research journal for all areas of atomic, molecular and optical physics, and related fundamental constants, is the latest addition to the rapidly growing list of APS research journals available on the World Wide Web.
|APS Helps Organize Networking Workshop in Ghana|
Along with several other international societies, the APS contributed to the organization of a three-week advanced networking workshop at the University of Accra in Legon, Ghana.
|Physicists to be Honored at 1997 Spring Meeting|
Thirteen APS prizes and awards will be presented during a special cermonial sessions at the Society's annual Joint APS/AAPT Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.
|Lopez Heads APS Efforts in Science Education Reform|
An in-depth interview with APS Director of Education and Outreach Programs Ramon Lopez about the Society's recent efforts to promote science education reform.
The APS lends its support of the Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty; The APS/AAPT Spring Meeting program will feature special sessions honoring Henry Barschall and Chien-Shung Wu, both of whom died in February; and President Clinton announced the appointment of a co-chair and 19 members in February to a new Advisory Committee on High-Performance Computing and Communications, Information Technology, and the Next Generation Internet.