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What Was the Climate Like 1,000 Years Ago? Ask Argon-39
At DAMOP, physicists showcase advances in atom trace trap analysis.
Searching for New Molecules with Quantum Computers
Could the budding technology see a breakthrough application in chemistry?
Lighting Tiny Movie Sets With the World’s Most Intense X-Rays
Scientists at DAMOP discuss the future of X-ray free electron lasers.
Interview with Denis Bartolo, New Lead Editor of Physical Review X
His route to physics was unconventional—and his coffee habits still are.
John Schiffer, 1930-2022
Schiffer, a nuclear physicist who guided his field, died at 91.
Researchers Find Home in Division of Physics of Beams (DPB) and Look Ahead to August Meeting in New Mexico
From August 7-12, beam physicists will meet in Albuquerque.
APS Legacy Circle Profile: Cherrill Spencer
“For most of my working life as a physicist, I was the only woman in the class.”
This Month in Physics History
July 1887: James Blyth Harnesses the Wind for Electricity.
Morgan State University, SURF, Bevatron Celebrated as APS Historic Sites
Commemorating physics history, from California to Maryland.
A Particle is Born: Making the Higgs Famous
Science communicators had a field day with the 2012 Higgs discovery.
FYI: Science Policy News From AIP
US Moves to Curb Science Ties with Russia Over Ukraine Invasion
Letter to the Editor: First Woman to Race in the Indy 500
First Woman to Race in the Indy 500
The Back Page
What We Miss When We Focus on Physics "Talent"
Harvard Chemist and APS Fellow Shares 2022 Kavli Prize in Nanoscience
Dr. George Whitesides, a Harvard chemist and APS Fellow, is one of four recipients of the 2022 Kavli Prize in Nanoscience.
Productive Scientific Discourse Demands Respect
APS strives to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for all those engaged in physics.
APS Continues Progress to Make US More Welcoming for Science
The China Initiative, which sowed fear among some APS members and curtailed legitimate collaborations, has ended in its current form.
March Meeting Heads to Chicago
The 2022 APS March Meeting will be held live in Chicago with many sessions available online as well.
Celebrating Leaders in Physics Teacher Preparation
Nine colleges and universities received top honors for preparing highly qualified high school physics teachers.
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