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APS Responds to the Crisis in Ukraine
As Russia’s assault on Ukraine continues, APS remains committed to international science and human rights.
Physicists—Jolted by Surprising Mass of Subatomic Particle—Share Discovery at APS April Meeting
At the April Meeting, scientists shared a surprise: the W boson is heavier than expected.
APS’s Energy Research Journal, PRX Energy, Publishes its First Issue
The newest Physical Review journal, centered on energy science, published its first papers.
Molecular Machines Make Waves at APS March Meeting
The human body is full of tiny machines—and physicists are eager to learn more.
Need for Speed? Consider a Career in Motorsports Racing
Surprising careers in fast places.
Q&A with Michael Ramsey-Musolf, Advocate for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Physics
When Ramsey-Musolf faced challenges as an out gay physicist, he embraced advocacy.
Tom Gaisser, 1940-2022
Particle physicist who calculated cosmic rays dies at 81.
In Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana, Physicists Find a Home in One of APS’s Oldest Geographical Sections
The Eastern Great Lakes Section offers its 1,500 members a cozy venue for collaboration.
Beyond Academia, Physics Grads Find Diverse Careers
Physicists can go on to do anything, say experts at the March Meeting.
With Private Funding, Program Helps Professors Teach Cutting-Edge Experiments
The Advanced Laboratory Physics Association (ALPhA) is helping professors ditch dusty, out-of-date experiments in classrooms.
This Month in Physics History
May 24, 1686: Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit and the Birth of Precision Thermometry
FYI: Science Policy News From AIP
Biden repeats his bid to boost science budget
For the 2022 APS Congressional Science Fellow, Science and Diversity Are Partners for the Common Good
Thomas Plumb-Reyes is this year’s APS Congressional Science Fellow
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