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PhysTEC Sites Triple Number of Qualified Teachers
APS program boosts the qualified physics teachers corps amid shortage in U.S.
Hitting the Streets to Support Science
The Washington D.C. March for Science, held on April 22nd, was endorsed by APS along with more than 200 other organizations.
Building an Internet of Things
A first-of-its-kind APS meeting laid out the technology needed to network the physical world.
Easing the Heartache with Magnetic Fields
Physics research finds lower blood pressure with magnetic therapy treatment
2017 National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Open House
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida, recently hosted an open house.
Big Plans Ahead For Quantum Computing
Researchers aim to boost the number of qubits in quantum computers
An Insider’s Look at the Goldwater Scholarship
Tips and tricks from the 2017 scholarship recipients in physics
Research News: Editors’ Choice
Magnets that mimic Higgs decays, a Venus look-alike, and more in our monthly wrap-up of papers from the physics literature.
This Month in Physics History
May 7, 1959: C.P. Snow gives his "Two Cultures" lecture
News from the Office of Public Affairs
APS student members share research with staffers of Louisiana senators
Physicists make a splash at Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference
Education and Diversity Update
Updates from the APS Office of Education and Diversity
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