APS News

May 2000 (Volume 9, Number 5)

CUNY Celebrates “Creating Copenhagen”

New York area physicists returned from the APS March Meeting just in time to witness two major physics events that took place on March 27 at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY): a special opening of the APS Centennial Exhibit "To Advance and Diffuse the Knowledge of Physics" (see table of contents), and an afternoon and evening symposium on the science and history of the relationship between Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr, coinciding with the New York premiere of the award-winning British drama Copenhagen. Full coverage of these events will appear in next month's APS News.

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May 2000 (Volume 9, Number 5)

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Articles in this Issue
Frist, Lieberman, Varmus Receive Y2K Public Service Awards
This Month in Physics History
President's Corner
Physicists Urged to Rally in Support of Proposed Nanotechnology Initiative
The Back Page
Letters
CUNY Celebrates “Creating Copenhagen”
End of the Century: APS Today
Treasurer's Report
Remembering the APS-China Program
Stretched to the Limit: Funding Shortfall Threatens Science Programs
Spallation Neutron Source Features Superconducting Linac
Out of Africa: Using Fractals To Teach At-Risk Students
Meeting Briefs