|Meeting To Rotate Sites|
Beginning in 1996, the annual APS Joint Spring Meeting -- traditionally held in Washington, DC -- will move out of Washington in alternate years in an attempt to boost attendance.
|Inside the Beltway: Supporters Rally To Save NIST From Congressional Budget Ax|
Efforts in both houses of Congress to dismantle the Department of Commerce have aroused concern throughout the scientific community over the fate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
|Dear Members of Congress|
Nobel Prize recipients write to emphasize the essential role to the nation of the NIST laboratories and to urge that federal funding be maintained.
|Accelerator Research and Applications Featured at PAC 1995|
New developments in the science, technology and use of accelerators provided the primary focus of the 1995 Particle Accelerator Conference, held 1-5 May in Dallas, Texas.
|Physicist To Be Honored at ILS-XI|
Richart Slusher of AT&T Bell Laboratories was awarded the 1995 Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science at the ILS-XI meeting in September.
|APS Names Bertsch as New Editor of RMP|
The APS has selected George Bertsch of the University of Washington as the new editor of Reviews in Modern Physics; he is replacing retiring long- time editor David Pines.
|Latest Developments in Computational Physics Showcased at PC 1995|
Some of the latest research results and developments in computational physics were presented during Physics Computing 1995, the biannual meeting of the APS Division of Computational Physics.
The APS Division of Plasma Physics issued a statement on the scope of plasma physics research; the recipients of the 1995 DAMOP Thesis Award and the Shock Compression Science Award are announced; and Pratibha Jolly of India's University of Delhi is the 1994-1995 Kilambi Ramavataram Fellow