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New Technique Generates Non-Flickering Flames at Normal Gravity and Atmospheric Pressure
Flickering flames are more unstable. Researchers have come up with a novel way to keep them still.
Opinion: What Can U.S. Scientists Do to Help Their Ukrainian Peers?
Raymond Orbach shares his experience getting funding to physicists in Ukraine.
Five Science Policy Stories to Watch in 2023
The slow climb toward fusion, a rough road for science funding in a divided Congress, and more.
This Month in Physics History
March 1966: The First Human-Made Object Makes Impact With Another Planet
Meenakshi Narain, 1964-2023
Particle physicist who was a ‘force of nature’ dies at 58.
How Do You Study Quantum Materials That Don’t Yet Exist? Ask AI.
An interview with physicist Trevor David Rhone, who tackles materials science with artificial intelligence.
Wikipedia Has a Problem That Physicists Can Help Solve
To bridge the site’s gender and race gap, physicist Alexander Moreno is taking the APS Wiki Scientist Program a step further.
Now a Nuclear Physicist at Los Alamos, APS Bridge Program Grad Says Nuclear Security is His Calling
“[My mom] was my savior,” says Jesus Perello. “She said, ‘Listen, you did not go this far just to quit.”
You Think You Want a Summer Internship in Physics. Now What?
At the 2023 APS Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics, panelists shared tips on searching for summer opportunities.
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