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Corporate Reform for a Stronger APS
APS President Michael Turner lays out goals for the Ad Hoc Committee on APS Corporate Reform.
April Meeting Flies South
Savannah Georgia will host this year’s April Meeting.
New APS President Sees Opportunity in Changing Times
Helping to encourage support for science and navigating the uncertain future of publishing are two aims of Malcolm Beasley, APS’s incoming president.
APS Treasurer/Publisher to Step Down
Joe Serene, APS’s Treasurer/publisher announced he will retire at the end of August.
Physical Review Applied Call For Papers
APS’s newest journal, Physical Review Applied, puts out its first call for submissions.
APS Releases Statement on Undergraduate Research for Member Comment
Panel on Public Affairs seeks feedback on the new statement.
Imprisoned Physics Student Declared Prisoner of Conscience by Amnesty International
The announcement by Amnesty International declaring jailed physicists Omid Kokabee a prisoner of conscience came days after a Georgetown University symposium on his situation.
Diversity Census Seeks Clearer Picture of Membership
One of the first actions of the newly formed Diversity Working Group is to perform a diversity census of the membership.
New Alternative Energy Fellowship Established
Award aims to boost innovative ideas for sustainable energy.
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
January 23, 1952: Alan Turing’s house is burglarized
APS Committee on International Freedom of Scientists
CIFS Briefs: Highlighting the Connection Between Human Rights and Science for the Physics Community
Profiles in Versatility
Physicists Give Renewable Energy the Silicon Valley Treatment
An update on policy and activities of the APS Washington office
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