American Science & America's Future
APS 2013 March Meeting, Wednesday March 20
Chair: Pushpa Bhat, Fermilab. Speakers: Rep. Bill Foster, Rep. Rush Holt
Physicists Contribute Insights to the Energy and Environment Debate
27th Annual Conference of the National Association of Environmental Professionals
Dearborn, Michigan, June 26, 2002
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- What's New in Physics --weekly news from Bob Park
- FYI --AIP's Science Policy briefs from Washington DC
- APS home page --main gateway to the American Physical Society, including Forum and Division home pages, membership information, conference schedules, journals, careers, etc.
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- AIP home page
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- Physical Review -- including on-line Phys. Rev. Letters
- Chronicle of Higher Education
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- Berkeley's Energy and Resources Group
- Woodrow Wilson School Program in Science, Technology and Public Policy
- Misconceptions in Science
- Political Science: The Bush Administration Snubs its Science Advisor
- Nuclear Energy: Present Technology, Safety, and Future Research Directions: A Status Report (pdf)
- Controlling Chaos: A Primer on War (pdf)