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December 2013
Physical Review Applied Call for Papers 12/16/2013
APS's newest journal is now open for business.
APS Affirms Importance of Undergraduate Research 12/11/2013
Panel on Public Affairs seeks feedback on draft statement.
New Alternative Energy Fellowship 12/6/2013
New award aims to boost innovative ideas for new sustainable energy.
November 2013
Physicist and Philanthropist Fred Kavli Dies at Age 86 11/26/2013
Fred Kavli, physicist, entrepreneur, and scientific benefactor, died at home on November 21 at the age of 86.
Division of Fluid Dynamics 66th Annual Meeting 11/25/2013
The APS Division of Fluid Dynamics hosted its 66th Annual Meeting this month in Pittsburgh, PA.
Event on Academic Freedom in Iran 11/19/2013
APS co-sponsored an event earlier this month that highlighted the plight of imprisoned Iranian physics student Omid Kokabee.
Editor Announced for Physical Review Applied 11/14/2013
APS and Rutgers jointly announce appointment of Troy Shinbrot as Editor of Physical Review Applied.
Division of Plasma Physics 55th Annual Meeting 11/14/2013
The APS Division of Plasma Physics hosted its 55th annual meeting this month in Denver, CO.
APS Fellow Nominated to Lead ARPA-E 11/8/2013
The White House nominated APS Fellow Ellen D. Williams to head the Advanced Research Projects Administration - Energy.
2014 Franklin Institute Awards 11/7/2013
APS Fellow and Prize Winner Daniel Kleppner was awarded the 2014 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics.
Experts Convene to Weigh Nuclear Weapons Issues 11/6/2013
Summary of FPS Short Course on Nuclear Weapon Issues in the 21st Century.
Bouchet Endowment Complete 11/4/2013
The endowment for APS’s Edward A. Bouchet Award has been set up after surpassing its fundraising goal.
October 2013
APS President Turner's Statement to S-CST 10/14/2013
The Impacts of the Government Shutdown on Our Economic Security
2013 Nobel Prize in Physics 10/7/2013
The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics winners are...