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From Atoms to Black Holes at the March Meeting’s Kavli Symposium
Research in four fields, at four different scales.
Expanding Physics at the March Meeting
Physics is growing, and it shows.
Opinion: Canary in the Coal Mine: The 1997 Leak at Brookhaven National Laboratory
A harmless leak at a national lab 26 years ago — and the resulting public backlash — holds important lessons for combating misinformation today.
Biden Seeks Broad Increases to Science Budgets for Fiscal Year 2024
A standoff over federal spending limits likely awaits.
This Month in Physics History
May 1962: James West and Gerhard Sessler Patent the Electret Microphone
The Adler Planetarium, an APS Historic Site in Chicago, Offers Visitors a Glimpse Into the History of Astronomy
Beyond its observatory and exhibits, the Adler cares for rare artifacts — some dating back a thousand years.
Want to Teach Physics? PhysTEC Teachers of the Year Have Advice.
At the 2023 PhysTEC conference, four physics teachers reflected on the rewards and challenges of teaching.
Cosmic Tumbles and Quantum Leaps at the March Meeting
At this year’s meeting in Las Vegas, circus performers embodied mind-boggling quantum concepts on the stage.
A Bridge to Chasing Active Galactic Nuclei
John Hood II, APS Bridge Program graduate, achieved a dream he once thought impossible.
The Physics Curriculum Needs More Data Science — and One Team is Making it Easier Than Ever to Integrate It
With support from the APS Innovation Fund, the DSECOP team is getting data science into more undergraduate physics classrooms.
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