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APS Elections Now Open
The Society is calling on its members to vote for the next Vice President, Chair of the Nominating Committee, as well as General and International Councilors.
Physicists Widen the Search for Dark Matter Particles
The hunt for dark matter is taking theoretical physicists to some exotic places.
More Basic Research at the National Ignition Facility
Lawrence Livermore’s National Ignition Facility is embracing new policies to facilitate more fundamental physics research.
Alpha Particles Target Cancer
Gold nanoparticles emitting alpha radiation could be the next big treatment for cancer.
Leadership Changes at Top US Science Organizations
Two national labs and the National Science Foundation all selected new leaders in March.
APS Bridge Program Selects New Sites
California State University and Florida State University will receive money from the APS Bridge program to train physics teachers.
Golden Goose Award for Unorthodox Research
Physicist Larry Smarr was honored for his unorthodox sounding research into wobbly black holes, which paved the way for significant economic advancement.
Finding New Physics Among Earthquake Lights
Granular materials research presented at the March Meeting offers insights into the mystery of earthquake lightning.
Members in the Media
As quoted in other publications
This Month In Physics History
June 1963 and 1983: First Soviet and American Women in Space
A column on programs related to diversity
Inside the Beltway
Does Science Have Any Washington Guarantors Anymore?
Profiles in Versatility
Still Life with Physicists: Sculpting Science into an Art Conservation Career
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Pros and Cons
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