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Mapmakers Chart Distribution of Dark Matter
A newly released map based on the warping of spacetime charts the concentrations of dark matter in the nearby universe.
Nuclear Needles in Cargo Haystacks
A new technology being developed uses gamma rays to see through opaque shipping containers to look for contraband nuclear material.
PhysTEC Selects Four New Sites to Share $1.2 Million
APS’s flagship education program, PhysTEC picks four new schools to receive funding to train physics teachers.
Particle Physicists Gather to Plan Next Accelerator
Scientists are starting to design the possible successor machine to the Large Hadron Collider, dubbed the Future Circular Collider.
Nuclear Pasta and Neutron Waffles
New computer simulations unveil new insight into the structure of neutron stars.
The Art and Science of Black Holes
At the 2015 April Meeting, scientists shared a wealth of new black hole research, from the source of intense gamma rays to the discovery of middle sized black holes.
Environmental Physics at the April Meeting
Presenters at the April Meeting highlighted the role that physicists can play in combating climate change.
2015 APS General Election
The 2015 APS Nominating Committee presents an outstanding slate of candidates for this year's annual election.
APS March Meeting 2015 Kavli Foundation Special Symposium
This year’s March Meeting Kavli Symposium featured five speakers on the theme of light.
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
May 5, 1933: The New York Times Covers Discovery of Cosmic Radio Waves
Profiles In Versatility
First responders: Getting the bad guys and fighting fires … as physicists
A column on programs related to diversity
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