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Michael Thoennessen Appointed New APS Editor in Chief
Nuclear physicist will take editorial helm on September 1, 2017
Expanding the Fourth State of Matter
New results in ultracold plasma physics presented at the 2017 DAMOP meeting
Physical Review Materials Publishes First Papers
Newest journal in the Physical Review family focuses on materials science research
To Disperse, or To Not Disperse: Debating "Negative Mass"
Experiments at the Quantum Level Challenge Media to Dig Deep into Fundamental Physics
Decoherence Eases Bit by Bit
Autonomous Error Correction and Quantum Acoustics at the DAMOP Meeting
Research News: Editors' Choice
Black hole spin, powerful lasers, measuring piconewtons, and more in our monthly wrap-up of papers from the physics literature.
Spotlight on Development
Through creative philanthropy, the Braslau family honors loved ones and supports students in need
This Month in Physics History
July 8, 1680: The First Experiments that Inspired 18th Century "Chladni Figures"
News from the Office of Public Affairs
An opinion article by an APS member prompts U.S. Senator Roy Blunt to express concerns regarding President Trump’s FY 2018 budget
Profiles in Versatility
Lennard Zinn’s Wild Ride
Bringing the Joy of Scientific Inquiry to Girls in Pakistan
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