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Physical Review Letters Publishes BICEP2 Paper on Possible Evidence for Cosmic Inflation
The highly anticipated paper from the BICEP2 team purporting detect to evidence of cosmic inflation is published in Physical Review Letters.
"Open Data" Policy a Cause for Optimism and Concern
The administration is slowly developing policies to publish all the raw data from federal research.
Keen Minds Prep for the International Physics Olympiad
This year’s U.S. Physics Olympiad team practice for the international competition.
Supernova Explosions Now in 3D
Supercomputers help scientists simulate the pressures on a dying star.
2014 Kavli Prizes go to APS Members
Physicists researching nano-optics and the inflation of the universe receive top science prize.
Preparing Physicists for Entrepreneurship
A recent APS conference highlighted the need for more business and entrepreneurship training in physics education.
Report on Graduate Education Released
APS and AAPT report shows that most physics students end up outside of academia.
Telling the History of Physics Through Historical Places
Historians are increasingly using the locations of important events as a tool to tell the story of science.
Particle Physics Panel: US Needs More Global Partnership
The Department of Energy’s influential P5 report sets priorities for the coming decades of high-energy physics.
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This Month in Physics History
July 19, 1595: Kepler’s Insight Leading to Mysterium Cosmographicum
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Profiles in Versatility
Interview with France A. Córdova, new Director of NSF
Doha: A Beacon for Science in the Middle East
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APS Committee on International Freedom of Scientists
CIFS Briefs: Highlighting the Connection Between Human Rights and Science for the Physics Community
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Human Rights: Engaging Physics Students and Current Graduates
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