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Welcome to the July issue. I am pleased to have in this issue an article based on invited talks in Forum organized sessions at the last APS April meeting (which this year was in April). This is the article by Schwitters. More such articles will be in the October issue: they are in the pipeline. We have also two additional articles, three letters to the editor, and two book reviews.
This newsletter is dependent on contributions from its readers, and their friends. My definition of what is an appropriate topic is very broad: see past issues, particularly October 2017, for some specifics. Controversy is always welcome.
Oriol T. Valls
University of Minnesota
Oriol T. Valls, the current P&S newsletter editor, is a Condensed Matter theorist.
These contributions have not been peer-refereed. They represent solely the view(s) of the author(s) and not necessarily the view of APS.