teapotAn audience volunteer is lifted from the floor by an inflating balloon at the Conference for Physics on the Road held at Colorado State University in February. About fifty different universities sent representatives to share their experiences in taking physics on the road by bringing demonstrations and hands-on experiments into the schools. A highlight of the meeting was the open house for “Little Shop of Physics” hosted by Brian Jones of CSU, featuring about 300 exhibits and demonstrations. The Conference was sponsored by the APS, the AAPT, and the APS Forum on Education.


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April 2003 (Volume 12, Number 4)

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Articles in this Issue
Philadelphia Hosts 2003 April Meeting
APS Units, Members Get More Political
Board Approves New Ethics Guidelines for Journals
New Spanish Lab Manual Available for Physics Teachers
From Physics to Sci-Fi's Rising Star
Physics on the Road
Letters
Is the Universe Trying to Tell Us Something?
Viewpoint: What I Learned Looking for a Job
Viewpoint: Chatting with Little Green Men
The Back Page
This Month in Physics History
Members in the Media
PRL Top Ten: #5
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science