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APS Historic Sites Initiative Recognizes Green Bank Observatory, Site of Some of the Major Discoveries in Astrophysics, Astronomy
APS has designated the National Science Foundation’s Green Bank Observatory (GBO) as a Historic Site, recognizing it as the location of some of the most fundamental discoveries in astrophysics and astronomy.
Press Registration Now Open for One of the World’s Largest Meetings in Fluid Dynamics
More than 3,500 scientists from around the world will meet to present new research on the physics of fluids at the 76th annual meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics.
APS Historic Sites Initiative Recognizes the Chicago Pile “Site A” and Stagg Field at University of Chicago as Sites that Housed the World’s First Nuclear Chain Reaction
The American Physical Society has designated the Chicago Pile “Site A” and Stagg Field at the University of Chicago as Historic Sites to recognize the first hydronic chain reactions.
APS Supports International Year of Quantum Proposal Passed by UNESCO Executive Committee
The executive board of the UNESCO recently endorsed by acclamation the proposal to declare 2025 as the IYQ2025 and to include the item in the UNESCO General Conference’s agenda.

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