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APS programs and resources for physicists in developing countries.
APS journal articles are available for free via ICTP to scientists in developing countries.
APS Journal Article Access for Developing Countries
The International Research Travel Award Program (IRTAP) promotes international scientific collaborations between physicists in developing and developed nations.
International Research Travel Award Program
The APS Robert E. Marshak Lectureship provides travel support for physicists from developing nations or Eastern Europe to speak at the APS March or April meetings. APS unit officers may nominate invited speakers.
Robert E. Marshak Lectureship
Individuals residing in developing countries may apply for a free APS membership.
Matching Membership Program
APS has signed agreements with other national and regional physics societies to exchange certain membership privileges.
List of Reciprocal Membership Societies
APS announces a new, equitable registration pricing structure, available for in-person and virtual March and April Meeting attendance. Scientists living in less-resourced countries should review the initiative to determine if they qualify.
Review the price equity structure