|2000 April Meeting Drops Anchor in Long Beach, CA|
Physicists in attendance at the upcoming 2000 APS April meeting — to be held April 29 - May 2 in Long Beach, California — will hear the latest research results in nuclear, particle, and plasma physics, astrophysics, computational physics, chemical physics, and applied physics.
|Langer Petitions Reno on Behalf of Wen Ho Lee|
APS President James Langer wrote to U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno in February on behalf of imprisoned Chinese physicist Wen Ho Lee.
|DOE Travel Cuts Impact Lab Meeting Attendance|
Sharp cuts in travel allocations at the DOE national laboratories are forcing directors to make hard choices between meeting experimental obligations and attending at scientific meetings.
|Mechanics of Publishing APS Journals|
How APS Journals were and are published.
|A Strike: The Hardest Way To Learn Physics|
Mexican students protest tuition hike.
|APS, AIP, and AAPT Launch Task Force on Undergrad Physics|
The APS, AIP, and AAPT have formed a National Task Force on Undergraduate Physics to coordinate efforts to advance undergraduate physics programs.
|APS Members Receive National Medal of Science|
Four APS members were among the 12 recipients of the 1999 National Medal of Science selected in January by President Clinton.
|APS Grants Online Journal Access to Troubled Russian Institutes|
The APS Executive Board approved a scheme for short-term emergency online access for Russian scientists to the Society's journals.
|Krauss, Lane Win AAAS Awards|
Best-selling science author Lawrence Krauss and presidential science advisor Neal Lane were honored by the AAAS in February.