April Meeting 2024

Explore the latest in physics from quarks to cosmos

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Physical Review Journals

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As a member of the Purpose-Led Publishing coalition, the Physical Review Journals publish impactful research while putting research integrity ahead of profit. APS members receive complimentary access to the journal of their choice and discounts on article packs.

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Physical Review Physics Education Research
Josephine C. Meyer, Gina Passante, and Bethany Wilcox

Physical Review Research
Po-Rong Lai, Jhen-Dong Lin, Yi-Te Huang, Hsien-Chao Jan, and Yueh-Nan Chen

Physical Review Letters
Giacomo Falcucci, Giorgio Amati, Gino Bella, Andrea Luigi Facci, Vesselin K. Krastev, Giovanni Polverino, Sauro Succi, and Maurizio Porfiri

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