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Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Physics Caption Contest
APS President Urges Members to Take Action on Federal Science Funding
In response to the FY08 budget passed by Congress, which fell nearly a billion dollars short in science funding compared to the levels authorized last summer, APS president Arthur Bienenstock sent two email messages to all APS members, urging them to write to Congress.
Schrodinger's Parrot
A cartoon by Paul Dlugokencky.
Physics and Technology Forefronts
MIT Team Devises Scheme for Wireless Non-Radiative Energy Transfer
New website lets visitors assess "female-friendliness" of graduate departments; World Year of Physics just the beginning.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Einstein and Bohr get physical at the WYP gala (cartoon)
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Young Albert E. and the Miracle Year
Einstein in the 21st Century
A Paul Dlugokencky cartoon.
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The Impact of Current Visa Restrictions on National Security
California Physics Departments Face More Budget Cuts in an Uncertain Future
The recall election is over, but funding woes continue for the state's once top-ranked university system.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Physics boot camp
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The Science of Harry Potter
Introductory Physics Taught Using Comic Book Heroes
A physics professor employs a unique approach to spark student interest in physics.
New Spanish Lab Manual Available for Physics Teachers
APS joins forces with Mexican Physical Society to translate textbook of simple physics
Physics for Commuters
If you're bored in the bus in Boston, try solving some physics problems.
This Month in Physics History
Circa January 1961: Lorenz and the Butterfly Effect
Getting Fruitcake Off the Shelf with Basic Physics
There may be hope for that holiday fruitcake after all, thanks to a little chemistry and physics.
Editorial Cartoon
Schön vs Co-Authors
Societies Honor Physics Olympiad Team
Five students have been selected as winners of the 2002 Physics Olympiad.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Scientist splits atom, finds toy prize inside.
Scientific Societies Foil Potential Journal Scam
A Los-Angeles-based journal subscription service has settled out of court in a civil lawsuit alleging fraudulent business practices.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Variations on a Theme by Dirac
Editorial Cartoon
Physicists Strive to Build a Black Hole
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Unity of Physics in Action: Voices from Around the World
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Feline Physics - All the physical properties of cats.
Woodstock West: Celebrating the New MgB2 Superconductors
Physicists pack Seattle Convention Center for marathon session on new superconductors.
Tackling Issues of the Disabled Head-On
New task force aims to make life easier for disabled members.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
A Cartoon by Paul Dlugokencky
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Cartoon: "The Physics of Love"
Editorial Cartoon
Security Tightened at National Labs
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Cartoon: Heisenberg and his Uncertainty Principle.
Editorial Cartoon
Election Campaign
Physicist/Mountaineer Summits World's Highest Peak
OPA's Francis Slakey conquers Mount Everest and lives to tell about it.
Editorial Cartoon
Wen Ho Lee awaits his day in court.
Mechanics of Publishing APS Journals
How APS Journals were and are published.
Poll Reveals All-Star Physicists
Physics World names Top Ten physicists; readers are invited to submit own lists.
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
A Conversation in Kansas
Festival Profile
Foam food for thought. The "Phizz" of foamy food and drink.
Breaking News at the APS Centennial Meeting
Theories of Everything
Physicists Win Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry
The 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Horst Stormer of Columbia University, Dan Tsui of Princeton, University, and Robert Laughlin of Stanford University. Two other APS Fellows shared the 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Walter Kohn of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and John Pople of Northwestern University
Superfluidity of Barbecue Sauce
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A collection of science-related cartoons.
Einstein's Seventh Grade Teacher
The Search in the Research Funding Maze
At the Subcommittee for Short-Term Thinking...