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Laura Greene Elected Vice President of APS for 2015
APS members choose Laura Greene of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign to join the presidential line.
U.S. Physics Olympians Bring Home Gold and Silver
The United States team shone at this year’s International Physics Olympiad held in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Sao Paulo – Backbone of Brazilian Science
The Brazilian state of Sao Paulo is at the forefront of science investment in South America.
APS-Funded Outreach Groups to Unveil New Projects
APS awarded “mini-grants” to seven groups to help start new outreach projects.
Trial Balloon on Helium Purchasing Plan Launched
APS is working with other societies to help scientists at small laboratories buy liquid helium at fair prices.
CERN: 60 Years of Collaboration
For 60 years, laboratories around the world have looked to CERN as a role model for big international science collaborations.
Congress Divided Over Future of U.S. ITER Contributions
Mixed messages from the two U.S. houses of congress means uncertainty for the future of contributions to the ITER fusion project.
APS Bridge Program Annual Conference
The APS Bridge Program’s annual conference seeks to make physics a more welcoming field to underrepresented minority physicists.
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
August 18 and October 20, 1868: Discovery of Helium
Profiles In Versatility
Biometrics as a Pathway to Human Rights
Inside the Beltway
Increased Populism Could Undermine Support for Science
Public Outreach Corner
Highlights from APS Outreach Activities
A column on programs related to diversity
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CERN – Six Decades of Science, Innovation, Cooperation, and Inspiration
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