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IGEN Takes the APS Bridge Program to the Next Level
Five scientific societies seek to increase participation of underrepresented students in science with the help of a $10M grant.
Physics at the Shortest and Longest Scales
Physical Review D has evolved over the past half-century to provide high-quality coverage of physics at the shortest and longest distances and times.
Parker Probe En Route to Solar Rendezvous
The mission to observe the Sun, named for renowned physicist and 2018 APS Medal recipient Eugene Parker, will make the closest approach ever.
Quantum Information Science in the National Spotlight
US lawmakers commit to advancing quantum information science with the proposal of the National Quantum Initiative Act
Small Box, Big Physics: Putting Together PhysicsQuest
Behind the scenes at APS Outreach
APS Addresses Decline in International Student Applications to U.S. Physics Ph.D. Programs
Survey reveals that some physics departments had a 40% drop in non-US applicants
Out in Physics: Gaining Visibility and Acceptance
Three LGBT+ Physicists relate their personal experiences and offer words of support.
Announcing the Millie Dresselhaus Fund for Science and Society
A look back at Millie Dresselhaus' APS presidency in celebration of the newly formed Millie Dresselhus Fund for Science and Society.
This Month in Physics History
October 2006: Definitive discovery of element 118 announced
Profiles in Versatility
The Industrial Internet of Things is Upon Us
News from the APS Office of Government Affairs
APS Takes Steps to Address its Carbon Footprint
FYI Science Policy News From AIP
Congress Accelerates Work on Long-Awaited Light and Neutron Source Upgrades
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