|Tampa To Host 2005 April Meeting|
About 1500 physicists will head to the Sunshine State for the latest in astrophysics, particle physics and nuclear physics research.
|We Know, We Know… He's German|
Gremlins blamed for historical inaccuracies.
|The Twin Paradox, Redux|
Two Einsteins mysteriously showed up at a December meeting.
|APS Report Says Moon-Mars Initiative Jeopardizes Important Science Opportunitites|
Shifting NASA priorities will lead to neglect of more promising space science research.
|Joint Unit Neutrino Study Sets Research Priorities|
Top priorities for future neutrino physics research should be a program to search for neutrinoless double-beta decay.
|Council Articulates Vision for APS|
Mission statement is just one element of Society's long-range planning activities.
|Cohen to Stress Outreach, Continuity in 2005|
An interview with incoming APS President Marvin Cohen.
|APS, AAPT and AIP Sponsor Students at WYP Kickoff Event|
Four former Olympiad team members will join 1000 physicists in Paris, France, for "Physics for Tomorrow" conference.
|Plasma Window 'Force Field' Featured at 2004 DPP Meeting|
Wakefield accelerators and Z-pinch X-rays among technical highlights in Savannah, Georgia.
|APS California Section Holds Fall Meeting|
Colloidal particle clusters, Square Kilometer Array among highlights.
|AIP Reports Upturn in Number of Physics Graduate Students|
Numbers are highest since 1994.
|Insect Flight, Modeling Blood Flow Highlight 2005 DFD Meeting|
Seattle conference features special tribute session for Bill Reynolds.
|APS Seeks Endowment for Sakharov Prize|
Prize will recognize leadership and achievements of scientists who uphold human rights.
|Fellows and Board Members Mix it Up|
APS Executive Board hosted a reception for APS Fellows in the Seattle area.
|Einstein in the 21st Century|
A Paul Dlugokencky cartoon.