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December 2005 (Volume 14, Number 11)

2006 Policy for Printed Bulletin

Registrants for the 2006 APS March Meeting will receive a free CD-ROM of the March Meeting Bulletin. Those who pre-register and wish to have the two-volume printed Bulletin should add $50 to the registration fee at the time of registration. Individuals who register on-site at the meeting will have the option of purchasing the printed version for $50, based on availability. Prior to the meeting, the entire program and each individual day of the program will be available for downloading as pdfs.

Computer terminals will be available at the meeting so that attendees can look up abstracts. Free wi-fi will be available in the main lobbies of the convention center. Further details about the 2006 policy are available online at  http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/MAR06/Content/346.



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December 2005 (Volume 14, Number 11)

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Articles in this Issue
Baltimore to Host 2006 APS March Meeting
Conference Addresses Problems of Sustainable Development Worldwide
Three Undergraduates Receive APS Apker Awards
Plasma Turbulence, ELM Insights Highlight 2005 DPP Meeting
2006 Policy for Printed Bulletin
Achim Richter Replaces George Bertsch as Editor of Reviews of Modern Physics
Physicist Does Star Turn in TV Reality Show
Hopfield Receives Albert Einstein World Award of Science
Case Contest Seeks 27 Great 20th Century Physicists
Featured PhysTEC University: Arkansas Ramps Up Teacher Preparation
Science and Engineering are Hidden Stars in Stealth
Letters
Viewpoint
Inside the Beltway: Washington Analysis and Opinion
The Back Page
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science