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Better Biological Imaging with Nuclear Physics
Physicists at the April Meeting show new possibilities for radioisotropic imaging.
COMPASS Points to Effective Mentoring Practices
APS joined forces with ACS and Cottrell Scholars Collaborative for a mentorship workshop.
John Hopfield and Eli Yablonovitch Named Benjamin Franklin Medalists
Former APS President and APS Fellow win prestigious award
What Next for Gravitational Wave Detection?
Looking ahead to the next generation of gravitational wave searches.
First Black Hole Image: In A Nutshell
A pocket-sized guide to the first image of a black hole
Cell-sized Robots Start to Explore the Microscopic World
Tiny robots have learned to crawl and will soon be able to collect information about their environment.
Goldwater Foundation Names its 2019 Scholars
Meet three outstanding physics students who received the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.
RMP Celebrates 90th Anniversary at Plenary Session
Wim Leemans, Elena Aprile, and Andrea Ghez spoke at this special plenary session to celebrate 90 years of RMP.
APS Office of Government Affairs
APS Members Honored for Outstanding Science Policy Advocacy
Education and Diversity News
Second Group of PhysTEC Fellows Chosen
This Month in Physics History
June 15, 2013: Death of Kenneth Wilson
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
Congress Bolstering Its Access to S&T Expertise
Physical Review Research Opens for Submissions: Article Processing Charges Waived for 2019
Physical Review Research (PRResearch), the new multidisciplinary open-access journal published by APS, is now open for submissions.
Jian-Wei Pan Appointed Lead Editor for Physical Review Research
APS has appointed Jian-Wei Pan as a Lead Editor for Physical Review Research.
Murray Gell-Mann 1929-2019
Architect of theoretical particle physics dies at 89
APS Supports the International Day of Light
May 16 marks the second annual celebration of light in society
LabEscape at the APS March Meeting
The popular physics escape room challenge was a hit at the March Meeting and will be held again at the DAMOP meeting in Milwaukee.
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