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January 2007 (Volume 16, Number 1)

Particle Physicists Meet Halfway

Particle Physicists Meet HalfwayThe APS Division of Particles and Fields held a joint meeting with their colleagues from the Japanese Physical Society in Honolulu. The meeting, which ran from October 29 to November 3,  was styled the Joint Meeting of Pacific Region Particle Physics Communities, with about 650 attendees, from not only the US and Japan but other Pacific Rim nations such as China, Korea, Canada and Taiwan. Shown here enjoying a moment of Hawaii sunshine on Waikiki beach are Junko Shigemitsu (Ohio State), Mavourneen Wilcox (U. of Hawaii), Hirokazu Ishino (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and Wei Wang (Boston University)
Photo by Kay Kinoshita

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January 2007 (Volume 16, Number 1)

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Articles in this Issue
Jacksonville Hosts 2007 April Meeting
Particle Physicists Meet Halfway
Task Force Suggests Enhancements for the APS April Meeting
New Investments Needed in Defense Research, Says Task Force on Innovation Report
Kadanoff Stresses Education, Outreach Initiatives
Physics Departments Urged to Preserve Their Histories
Microfluidics, Bubble Logic, Robosnails Featured at 2006 DFD Meeting
APS Presents Plaque to Honor Millikan
US Signs on as Non‑Host Partner for Restructured ITER Project
JLab's Past and Future Featured at 2006 SESAPS Fall meeting
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Physics and Technology Forefronts
Letters
Inside the Beltway
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