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Neutron Lifetime Measurement Could Help Probes of the Standard Model
New findings, reported in Physical Review Letters, more than doubles the precision of previous neutron lifetime searches.
Fluid Dynamicists Rise to the Challenges
Physicists in the fluid dynamics community use their scientific talents to advance sustainable development goals.
Martin Blume 1932 - 2021
Remembering the former Editor in Chief of the APS Physical Review journals.
APS Hosts Quantum Crossing Event to Educate Students About Quantum Careers
A virtual event for middle and high school students showcased the variety of careers in quantum information science.
New Grant Seeks to Provide Professional Development to Future Physics Leaders
APS is launching a new conference and workshops to support women and gender minorities in graduate school.
Harvesting a Career in Soil Physics to Serve Humanity
Zouheri Massri shares his journey from a childhood in Aleppo to a soil physicist at Michigan State University
APS Innovation Fund Helps Bolster the International Physics Community
Three Innovation Fund projects, two in Africa and one in Latin America, are seeking to promote physics education and research.
Reviewing Peer Review
Editors of Physics Magazine discuss the role of identity in peer review.
The Back Page
Faculty Response to Remote Teaching During COVID
2022 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research Awarded to Elliott Lieb
Princeton University physicist to receive top APS honor
Preview: 39th Annual Gallery of Fluid Motion
This week, researchers studying the physics of fluids will meet in Phoenix for the 74th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD).
Spring 2022 APS Prizes and Awards Recipients
APS has announced the Society’s Spring 2022 prize and award recipients.
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