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Physicists Rise to the Challenge
Two APS members put mathematical modeling to use, influencing Illinois' stay-at-home order to avoid a crisis.
The April Meeting Must Go On..line
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the April Meeting went virtual with live sessions, on-demand talks, and networking opportunities.
Philip Anderson 1923–2020
Remembering a Nobel Laureate, physics visionary, and "wonderful human being."
The Topical Group on Precision Measurements and Fundamental Constants
Meet the APS Topical Group dedicated to determining fundamental constants and pushing the boundaries of precision measurement.
PhysicsQuest Expands Online with Help from the Eucalyptus Foundation
In 2020, PhysicsQuest is launching an online suite of resources, thanks to a new grant.
Understanding the Dynamic Climate System
Scientists who planned to attend the canceled 2020 APS March Meeting discuss their research and address obstacles faced when developing climate models.
Wikipedia Editing Course Gives a Voice to Women and Minorities in Physics
A 12-week course taught APS members the skills to improve articles for a more diverse Wikipedia.
Sparking the Joy of Physics at Home
Do-it-yourself physics experiments and more bring physics learning home.
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