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2021 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Research in Complex Systems
Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi share this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics.
Physical Review X Celebrates 10 Years of High-Quality, Open Access Publishing
PRX has built a reputation as a highly selective, open access journal committed to serving the needs of the physics community.
Confronting Inappropriate Behavior and Harassment in Physics
Ethics Committee member Susan Blessing responds to this month’s Back Page, detailing the issue of harassment faced by women in physics.
Congressional Fellow Uses Scientific Expertise to Move Legislation Forward
David Somers reflects on his experiences as a fellow in the office of US Senator Chris Coons.
Muon Colliders Hold a Key to Unraveling New Physics
A symposium at the 2021 APS April Meeting discussed the potential for building muon colliders to solve unanswered questions in physics.
Carolyn “Cam” Brinkworth Seeks Out New Ways to Build an Inclusive Science Atmosphere
As Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at UCAR, Brinkworth strives to cultivate an ecosystem that celebrates each person’s worth.
Carlos Gutierrez Shares What it’s Like to be an Energy Researcher at a National Laboratory
Carlos Gutierrez sat down with APS Director of Industrial Engagement Dan Pisano to talk about his career in the energy field.
Next-Generation Fellowship Supports New Voices within Nuclear Weapons Policy Field
Four recent fellows share their experiences breaking into the field of Nuclear Weapons Policy.
STEP UP Summit Empowers Educators to Inspire the Next Generation of Scientists
On July 17, nearly 200 STEP UP Advocates gathered virtually to learn how to implement the STEP UP program in their classrooms.
This Month in Physics History
November 23, 1837: Birth of Johannes van der Waals, a Self-Made Man and the Father of Modern Molecular Science
FYI: Science Policy News From AIP
Biden Fills Out President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
The Back Page
One Woman's Struggle with Harassment in Physics
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