|APS Gears Up for Minneapolis March Meeting Madness|
For those physicists with a taste for something different, the 2000 APS March Meeting - to be held March 20 - 24 in Minneapolis, Minnesota - offers a host of unusual sessions in addition to the usual technical symposia, covering an equally broad range of topics.
|High School Physics Teachers in Short Supply|
When Guilford High School in Connecticut abruptly found itself in need of a physics teacher this fall, science department chairman Bruce Faitsch discovered firsthand the difficulties of locating qualified high school physics teachers.
|Nanotechnology Symposium at March Meeting|
Following in the wake of President Clinton's "major new National Nanotechnology Initiative" announced in his remarks at Caltech on January 21, the APS will present a special symposium at the March meeting to acquaint the physics community with the details of the initiative, and to review some of the legislative and budgetary hurdles it must still overcome.
|Outreach and Community Service II|
Outreach and Community Service II of APS and its members, 1970's - 1980's.
|That Voodoo That You Do|
Bob Park skewers his favorite targets in a brand new book.
|Microfluidic Technologies on the Rise at DFD Meeting|
Speakers at the 52nd annual DFD meeting in new Orleans focused on emerging applications for microfluidic technologies.
|First Online Graduate Physics Textbook Hits the Web|
Warren Siegel, a high energy physicist at SUNY-Stony Brook's C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, is offering an online textbook on quantum and classical field theory free of charge.
|Wilson Memorial Tribute Planned|
The APS April meeting will feature a memorial session in honor of the late Robert Wilson.