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Reporting on Research from the Physical Review Journals
Physics celebrates 10 years of sharing the exciting results of Physical Review articles and helping physicists stay connected to the field as a whole.
Getting a Running Start in Physics
High school senior Karna Morey shows it’s never too early to dive into research
Physicists for Human Rights
2018 Andrei Sakharov Prize recognizes two scientists for their human rights advocacy
Physicist Pinpoints Urban Gunfire
Robert Showen, a space physicist, is the founder of ShotSpotter, a company that uses acoustic sensors to rapidly identify the location of gunfire in cities across the globe.
AI Makes Inroads in Physics
Physicists are beginning to embrace the tools of machine learning and neural networks.
Climate Check: Assessing the Environment in the Physics Workplace
Survey of APS members paints a mixed picture of inclusivity
How Big Is the Proton, Really?
Experiments disagree on the size of a fundamental particle
Spotlight on Development
Mini Grants Make Room for New Ideas in Outreach
Education and Diversity Update
Updates on programs and events
This Month in Physics History
June 30, 1908: The Tunguska Event
News from the APS Office of Government Affairs
On Capitol Hill, Students Extol Virtues of APS Bridge Program
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A Life in Teaching and Turbulence
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