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June 2006 (Volume 15, Number 6)

High School Teachers Day in Dallas

At an APS High School Physics Teachers' Day workshop in Dallas, William Griffith and Kendra Bonnet explored fractal patterns in a crystal that they had just grown. The workshop was led by Richard Olenick of the University of Dallas.
Photo credit: Ed Lee

At an APS High School Physics Teachers' Day workshop in Dallas, William Griffith and Kendra Bonnet explored fractal patterns in a crystal that they had just grown. The workshop was led by Richard Olenick of the University of Dallas.



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June 2006 (Volume 15, Number 6)

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Articles in this Issue
Council Statement Registers Concern Over Potential Nuclear Weapons Use
Particle Physics at a Crossroads, Academy Study Finds
CERN Head Says US Should Pay for Part of LHC Operation Cost
April Meeting Prize and Award Recipients.
JLab Experiment Discovers Some Strangeness in the Proportion of Strange Quarks
Crowd Packs the Hall for Lisa Randall Public Lecture
Bringing the Universe Down to Earth
"Starquakes" Reveal Clues About Magnetar Composition
Physics Helps Bolster Homeland Security
Lorentz Invariance Still Stands
High School Teachers Day in Dallas
CLEO/QELS Meeting Features Latest Photonics Research
Letters
UCSD Physicist Wants Nuclear Weapons Taken Off the Table
Inside the Beltway: Washington Analysis and Opinion
The Back Page
This Month in Physics History
Members in the Media