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Synthesizing Current Research Succinctly and Elegantly
For 90 years, Reviews of Modern Physics has been providing readers with curated articles of the highest quality.
APS Bridge Program and the National Mentoring Community Visit Google HQ
Programs to help underrepresented minorities in physics meet together at Stanford University
APS Membership Unit Profile: The Topical Group on Medical Physics
GMED, one of the newest topical groups at APS, brings together physicists from many disciplines to work on questions relevant to medicine.
One if by Land, Qubits by Sea: The 2019 APS March Meeting Heads to Boston
Looking ahead to the highlights of the 2019 March Meeting.
Impact of Women in STEM Roadshow in India
Sultana Nahar shares the success of a program to promote awareness of higher education opportunities in STEM fields among girls and women in India.
Fuzzy Fluid Dynamics
Weird animal physics on display at the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting.
Q&A with Standard Bearer Steven Weinberg
Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg reminisces about the early days of the standard model of particle physics and offers advice to the next generation of model builders.
The Dark Energy Survey’s Six-year Exploration Comes to An End
A mission to carry out the largest galaxy survey ever finishes taking data.
The 2018 Gallery of Fluid Motion Poster Winners
A look at the winning posters from the 71st Annual Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting.
The Back Page
Where Would We Be Without Industrial Physics–Today and Tomorrow?
Open Letter to the Congress and President of the United States
Nobel Laureates and science community leaders comment on harm to American science from the shutdown
APS Member Michael Mann Shares 2019 Tyler Prize
Michael Mann is recognized for exceptional achievement in environmental research, sharing the award with Warren Washington.
2019 APS Medal Ceremony and Leadership Convocation
APS hosts annual meeting for leaders of its membership units.
Announcing the APS Innovation Fund
New APS initiative will support collaboration among members, units, committees, and staff
Roy J. Glauber 1925–2018
Nobel laureate and quantum optics pioneer dies at 93
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