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The APS Forum on Physics and Society (FPS) sponsored several sessions at both the March Meeting in Boston and the April Meeting in Denver this year. These talks were recorded and are available online - please click on the links to view them.
The Future of U.S. Nuclear Forces: What Do We Need?
Lisbeth Gronlund (Union of Concerned Scientists) - US Plans for New Nuclear Warheads
The Politics of Science Advising
Iran, North Korea, and Nuclear Proliferation
Frank von Hippel (Princeton University) - Strengthening the Nonproliferation Regime
New Challenges International Science Collaborations
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Panel discussion: Challenges & Opportunities for International Science Collaborations
New Energy Technologies and Policies
Attracting Young People to Science and Science Policy (with the APS Forum on Early Career Scientists)
FPS Prize Session: Burton Forum Award
The APS Forum on Physics and Society (FPS) was organized in 1971 to address issues related to the interface of physics and society as a whole. The support of APS members is vital to the work of the Forum, both because Forum activities are coordinated by its active members and the financial support the Forum receives from the APS depends on its membership. For more information, visit aps.org/units/fps/.
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