- American Physical Society Sites
- Meetings & Events
- Policy & Advocacy
- Careers In Physics
- About APS
- Become a Member
Newly-Elected IUPAP Officers Meet in Trieste, Italy
Four APS Members attended a gathering at the International Center for Theoretical Physics.
Senate Bill Provides 5-year Roadmap for Energy Research Funding
Legislation makes science a priority, in contrast to controversial House bill.
United States Traveling Team Selected
Five high school students will participate in the International Physics Olympiad.
The University of Michigan Honors APS Vice President Homer Neal
Colleagues and friends from around the world gathered at the University of Michigan (UM) for a symposium to honor Homer Neal.
APS Bridge Program Expects to Increase Minority Ph.D. Numbers
Group works to close the gap in the pipeline between bachelor’s degrees and Ph.D.s.
IEEE Awards Medal of Honor to APS Past President Mildred Dresselhaus
Prestigious prize recognizes leadership in science and engineering.
Is Double-Blind Review Better?
Nature now offers anonymity for authors, but questions about usefulness of the practice remain.
Cultivate Your Career
Networking for Nerds provides tips for communicating with scientific colleagues.
“The Big Bang Theory” Team Supports STEM Students
Creators of the hit television show announce scholarship for UCLA undergraduates.
©1995 - 2020, AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
APS encourages the redistribution of the materials included in this newspaper provided that attribution to the source is noted and the materials are not truncated or changed.
Editor: David Voss
Staff Science Writer: Emily Conover
Contributing Correspondent: Alaina G. Levine
Art Director and Special Publications Manager: Kerry G. Johnson
Publication Designer and Production: Nancy Bennett-Karasik