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New Journal Citation Reports Support Physical Review Journals’ Leading Position
The Physical Review journals remain among the most trusted, cited, impactful and influential publications in physics.
APS March Meeting Satellite Sites Increase Virtual Meeting Attendance by Nearly 20%
The satellite sites program allows physicists to gather at a local institute or university to participate in the virtual March Meeting.
APS Selects 2023-24 Congressional Science Fellow
The Fellow this year is Sophia Chan.
Nobel Prize-winning Research in Physical Review Letters
The Physical Review journals are home to the most Nobel-winning physics papers in the world.
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