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Physical Review Physics Education Research
A look back at the founding and development of an open-access home for physics education research.
Update on the APS Strategic Plan
Members, leadership, and staff have made progress towards preparing a new Strategic Plan to guide the future of APS.
Diversifying the Dark Matter Portfolio
The hunt for dark matter continues with better detectors and new ideas.
LIGO Labs Chosen as APS Historic Sites
LIGO laboratories in Livingston, Louisiana and Hanford, Washington honored as historic sites for their detection of gravitational waves.
Bend it Like Bernoulli
Exploring the aerodynamics-and personalities-of World Cup balls.
Homer Neal 1942-2018
Particle physicist was the first African American President of APS
Foundation Helps Advance New Ideas in Physics
APS partners with Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to support fundamental physics awards
The APS Topical Group on Plasma Astrophysics
Learn about exciting research being done by members of the APS Topical Group on Plasma Astrophysics.
This Month in Physics History
July 2, 1698: Thomas Savery Patents an Early Steam Engine
News from the APS Office of Government Affairs
Two APS Student Members Lead National Petition Drive to Oppose Congressional Legislation
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
U.S. Policymakers Grapple with China’s Emergence as R&D Power
Supporting Physics Education in Ethiopia
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Quantum Mechanics as a Stimulus for American Theoretical Physics
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