Al GoreOn August 24th, the presidential campaign of Democratic candidate Al Gore came within about a mile of APS headquarters in College Park, MD. Speaking at the University of Maryland, Gore concentrated on educational issues. Neither Gore nor his Republican counterpart George W. Bush has featured science policy as an issue in the campaign.cartoon

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October 2000 (Volume 9, Number 9)

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Site Visits To Identify Strong Candidates for New Education Program
NMD Decision Follows APS Action
Neutrinos, CP Violation Highlight DPF 2000
Scientific Visits Encouraged to Palestinian Universities
Powers of Ten: Astronomy's Greatest Hits
Nikitin Slams Russian Nuclear Waste
U.S. Team Makes Strong Showing at 2000 International Physics Olympiad
APS Co-Sponsors Summer Industrial Internship with IBM/Almaden
OPA Summer Intern Gains Valuable Hill Experience
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Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
This Month in Physics History
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