|Mile-High City Will Host 2007 March Meeting|
More than 7000 physicists will converge on Denver from March 5-9 for the largest annual gathering of physicists in the country.
|APS Kicks Off Campaign to Support Education and Outreach Initiatives|
Society's goal is to raise $3.5 million from corporate, foundation, and individual gifts.
|New Management Tackles Difficult Problems at Los Alamos|
Positive changes are underway, but the lab still struggles with security and budget problems, as well as low employee morale.
|Apker Award Honors Three Undergrads.|
There are three, not two, winners this year, due to the unusually large number of outstanding candidates for this award recognizing research stellar research accomplishments by undergraduates.
|Council Passes Statements on Linear Collider, Careers in Physics|
APS speaks out in support of ILC, and updates a prior statement on careers in physics to include options beyond the traditional academic track.
|Kadanoff Wins Lorentz Medal|
APS president-elect honored for his contributions to statistical physics, particularly in the theory of phase transitions
|DPP Meeting Features Latest Advances in Plasma Physics Research|
Highlights included the first lab-produced plasma mini-jets and the latest progress on laser-driven wakefield accelerators.
|APS Establishes New Committee On Informing the Public|
New committee will provide oversight to the Society's growing number of public outreach and media activities.
|Clarification Eases Visa Procedure|
Travelers applying for a US visa don't need to leave their passports with the US Consular Office while waiting for visa processing
|MuCap Results, Nucleon Spin Structure Highlight 2006 DNP Meeting|
Nashville divisional meeting explores broad range of basic and applied research in nuclear physics.
Several APS sections held their annual fall meetings in October.
|Decker Finds the Physics in Building Graphite Guitars|
Former plasma physicist takes a scientific approach to designing and building waterproof guitars.