|Jacksonville Hosts 2007 April Meeting|
Scientific program spans latest research in astrophysics, particle physics, nuclear physics and related fields, as well as several invited plenary talks on a wide variety of topics.
|Particle Physicists Meet Halfway|
The APS Division of Particles and Fields held its annual fall meeting in Honolulu October 29 through
November 3, jointly with their colleagues from the Japanese Physical Society.
|Task Force Suggests Enhancements for the APS April Meeting|
Greater coherence, yearly themes could help raise conference profile.
|New Investments Needed in Defense Research, Says Task Force on Innovation Report|
The follow‑up to last year's report sees continued
decline in national security and economic competitiveness, and urges a boost in defense basic research, which has been flat for the last three decades.
|Kadanoff Stresses Education, Outreach Initiatives|
An interview with incoming APS President Leo Kadanoff (University of Chicago) on his priorities for the Society in 2007.
|Physics Departments Urged to Preserve Their Histories|
APS Forum on the History of Physics sets up Register of Departmental Histories and Records.
|Microfluidics, Bubble Logic, Robosnails Featured at 2006 DFD Meeting|
Tampa Bay conference also featured US‑Mexico Symposium on geophysical fluid dynamics.
|APS Presents Plaque to Honor Millikan|
As a part of the APS Historic Sites Initiative, APS President-elect presented a plaque to the University of Chicago.
|US Signs on as Non‑Host Partner for Restructured ITER Project|
Representatives from China, the European Union, India, Japan, the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation also on hand at signing ceremony in Paris.
|JLab's Past and Future Featured at 2006 SESAPS Fall meeting|
Williamsburg conference also included talks on neutrino physics, gamma ray bursts, biomaterials, and nanostructures.