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World's Largest Physics Conference to Be Held in Las Vegas and Online This March
More than 12,000 physicists from around the world will convene to present groundbreaking research at the APS March Meeting.
APS Announces Initial Cohort of TEAM-UP Together’s Scholarships to African American Students in Physics, Astronomy
Scholarship program makes progress toward the goal of doubling the number of African Americans earning bachelor’s degrees in physics and astronomy by 2030.
Soft Matter Physicist to Receive American Physical Society’s Highest Award
APS has selected condensed matter physicist Sidney Nagel of the University of Chicago to receive the 2023 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research.
2022 Gallery of Fluid Motion Winners Announced
APS’s Division of Fluid Dynamics has announced the winning videos and posters of the 2022 Gallery of Fluid Motion.

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Nobel Prize-winning Research in Physical Review Letters
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