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APS Sends Letter to Biden Transition Team Outlining Science Policy Priorities
APS presented policy recommendations across six issue areas, from stimulating scientific research to climate change.
New APS CEO: Jonathan Bagger
Jonathan Bagger shares introductory remarks with APS and its members.
Careers 2021 Provides Up-to-Date Content for Job Seekers
A new guide from APS Careers is filled with useful tools for students, early career physicists, and all job seekers.
Lessons Learned from a Successful Year Online
Successful APS Division Meetings applied knowledge from past meetings in 2020 to create valuable online events.
Physics REU Leadership Group Gathers Online for First Virtual Meeting
An organization of physics REU leaders gathered online to share resources and ideas for successful programs.
APS IMPact Mentoring Program Helps Foster Connections Between Students and Industry
A revamp of the IMPact Mentoring Program website helps to match mentees with mentors from the industry community.
The APS Division of Nuclear Physics
A home for physicists who study the evolution of matter in the universe, matter composition, and the properties of nuclei in chemical elements and stars.
APS Joins Other Global Physics Societies in Open Access Statement
Along with 15 other societies, APS calls for universal access to knowledge and sustainable open access.
This Month in Physics History
January 1965: Roger Penrose’s Seminal Proof of Blackholes
Office of Government Affairs
Together, APS OGA and Society Members Set Record for Actions in 2020
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
US Arrests of Scientists Roil Research Community
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