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APS Launches Physics Next Meetings
A new series of topical workshops hosted by the editors of the Physical Review kicks off with materials design and discovery.
Science and Entertainment Exchange Helps Put the Sci in Sci-Fi
Mika McKinnon uses her physics background to coach the entertainment business
Coasters, G-Force and Velocity, Oh My!
Physics Day 2017 Brings High School Students to Six Flags America
APS News Survey: We Have a Winner
The APS News iPad raffle winner is a lucky physics major with a love for cars
Research News: Editors’ Choice
A universal model for solar explosions, five new baryons, and more in our monthly wrap-up of papers from the physics literature.
Spotlight on Development
Aleksandar Svager Plans Ahead
This Month in Physics History
June 16, 1657: Christiaan Huygens Patents the First Pendulum Clock
Connecting Human Rights and Science for the Physics Community
Profiles In Versatility
Upping Her Geek Game
News from the Office of Public Affairs
APS OPA Enjoys Success with New Integrated Advocacy Strategy
Education and Diversity Update
Updates from the APS Office of Education and Diversity
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