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Fusion Research Runs into Turbulence
Fusion scientists fear that the United States is neglecting basic fusion science research after a recent Department of Energy report.
2014 Nobel Prizes for Advances in LEDs and Microscopy
This year's physics and chemistry Nobel prizes went to physicists who invented blue LEDs and beat Abbe's optical resolution limit.
Retrial Granted to Jailed Iranian Physicist
An Iranian judge ordered a retrial for imprisoned physicist Omid Kokabee as international pressure to release him mounts.
APS to Study Sexual and Gender Diversity Issues in Physics
A new APS committee will look to make the physics community more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and other sexual minority physicists.
APS Celebrates New and Current Fellows in the Boston Area
Executive Officer Kate Kirby and APS President Malcolm Beasley greeted new and current APS Fellows.
Profiles In Versatility
Right Brain, Left Brain: Physicists as Artists
Members in the Media
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This Month in Physics History
November 10, 1986: Death of Leona Woods Marshall Libby
A column on programs related to diversity
Inside the Beltway
Will the Future Mirror the Past?
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