|2002 April Meeting Features New SNO Data, CPU Study|
More than 1200 physicists and astronomers attended the meeting in the beautiful southwest city of Albuquerque.
|April Meeting Attendees Visit Ground Zero|
On the last day of the APS April meeting in Albuquerque, four buses headed for the Trinity Site.
|April Meeting Photos|
The Primakoff Lecturer in Action — Dear Congress — Faster, Faster — And the Winners Are...
|Mikulski, Walsh receive Public Service Awards|
Pair honorred for their championship of increased funding for physics research.
|NSF Report Tracks Science Funding Patterns|
National Science Board members decry under-funding of the physical sciences.
|Scientific Societies Foil Potential Journal Scam|
A Los-Angeles-based journal subscription service has settled out of court in a civil lawsuit alleging fraudulent business practices.
|CPU Study Issues Final Report|
Report outlines research priorities, recommendations for astronomy/physics interface.
|New SNO Data Resolves Solar Neutrino Problem|
The solar neutrino problem has been settled and the ability of neutrinos to change from one type, or "flavor," to another established directly for the first time by the efforts of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory collaboration.
|OPA Fellows Learn the Ropes on the Hill|
Two young physicists are spending this year in the APS Office of Public Affairs as part of a new effort to provide further opportunities for scientists to gain science policy expertise.
|Taking Hydrogen to the Extreme|
Hydrogen at extremely high pressures, upwards of a million times that on the Earth's surface, can now be produced in physics laboratories.
|Council Passes Statement on Defense Funding|
Joins AIP Governing Board in calling for increased funding levels, more balanced allocation.