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Next Steps for Energy Critical Elements
Despite congressional inaction, federal agencies and states have been working to better secure the U.S. of rare and scientifically important minerals.
New Local Links Chapters Bring Physicists Together
Groups of students, academics, and industry workers met at APS Local Links events across the country to kick off the new academic year.
Blewett Scholarship Winners Announced
Five people were chosen for this year’s Blewett scholarships, a grant given to women returning to their academic careers after a hiatus.
DOE Joins the CHORUS
The Department of Energy announced its new plan for the public to freely access journal articles published with DOE research funds.
Feynman Lectures Now Freely Available Online
The complete Feynman Lectures on Physics are now available to anyone online.
PhysTEC Sites Successfully Sustain Teacher Education Programs
A recent study shows that PhysTEC programs bolster support for physics teacher funding at participating institutions.
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This Month In Physics History
October 13, 1967: Kastler reviews his Nobel-winning work on Hertzian resonances in Science
APS educational programs and publications
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
2014 Ig Nobel Prizes Honor Banana-Shoe Interactions, Alimentary Alignment, and More
New US-China Young Physicists Forum: Opportunity for Graduate Students at 2015 March Meeting
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Profiles In Versatility
Making A Career of Putting Numbers on Nature
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