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March 2004 (Volume 13, Number 3)

Make it Your Hobby to Go Out and Lobby

Photo Credit: Lalena Lancaster Twenty-eight of the attendees at the APS Unit Convocation came early and spent a day lobbying on Capitol Hill, visiting an impressive total of 72 Congressional offices. Here Steve Pierson, of the APS Washington office, reports to the convocation on the previous day's events.

Photo Credit: Lalena Lancaster

Twenty-eight of the attendees at the APS Unit Convocation came early and spent a day lobbying on Capitol Hill, visiting an impressive total of 72 Congressional offices. Here Steve Pierson, of the APS Washington office, reports to the convocation on the previous day's events.



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March 2004 (Volume 13, Number 3)

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Montréal Hosts Largest March Meeting in APS History
Welcome to Montréal, Where Down is Up and the Sun Sets in the North
Web Lectures from San Diego Conference Now Available
Physicists Help First Responders Deal with Nuclear Safety Issues
Rules change for Valley Prize; Fluids Merge Two Awards
APS Executive Board: More Science Needed in NASA Decisions
Dedicated Supercomputers Probe QCD Theory
An Especially Elegant Universe
First American Physics Nobelist Paints Pretty Picture
Make it Your Hobby to Go Out and Lobby
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Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science