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June 2003 (Volume 12, Number 6)

April Teachers' Day

Participant Boris Dirnbach and presenter Dave Smith try out a pinhole viewer at the APS High School Physics Teachers' Day in Philadelphia on April 7, 2003.Seventy-eight teachers attended research talks, took part in workshops, and also enjoyed lunch with physicists from the april meeting.

 Boris Dirnbach and Dave Smith try out a pinhole viewer    Boris Dirnbach and Dave Smith try out a pinhole viewer

Photo Credits: Edward Lee

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June 2003 (Volume 12, Number 6)

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Articles in this Issue
Nobel Laureates, Industry Leaders Petition President to Boost Science and Technology
Nuclear Testing Not Necessary, Says New Council Statement
Consortia Provide Alternatives to Standard Journal Subscriptions
Multimedia Plenary Lectures Posted on APS Site
Results from LIGO's First Run Reported at APS April Meeting
Blume is Co-Recipient of Compton Award
Council: There is No Free Lunch
Scientists Observe Charge Symmetry Breaking in Separate Experiments
Five Takes on the Future of Particle Physics
Physicist Disputes Speed of Gravity Claim
Sandia's Z Facility Achieves First Fusion
Helen Quinn Elected to Membership in National Academy of Sciences
April Teachers' Day
The Back Page
This Month in Physics History
Members in the Media
PRL Top Ten: #3
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science