APS News

March 2013 (Volume 22, Number 3)


Super Bowl of Physics Comes to Baltimore
The APS March Meeting is coming to Baltimore from March 18 through 22
TV to Cover the Action at March Meeting
The British television production company WebsEdge will add a new dimension to this year’s March Meeting
Six APS Fellows Among National Medal Recipients
Six fellows of APS received the National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation
Panel Says Flat Funding Could Doom RHIC
Brookhaven’s RHIC heavy-ion accelerator could face shutdown if science budgets aren’t increased
Six Local Sites Host Diverse and Vibrant Conference for Women
The Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics held its eighth conference at six sites across the country
Conference Examines Many Facets of Graduate Education
The American Center for Physics hosted the second Graduate Education in Physics Conference


Letters to the Editor
January 1851: First Reference to Photography in Literature • Anxiety Over Peer Review Somewhat Exaggerated • Interview left questions unanswered • Planck is a European Mission • Beltway Column Reflects Bias
The Back Page
Fisics and Phynance


Members in the Media
As quoted in other publications...
This Month in Physics History
March 23, 1882: Birth of Emmy Noether
Inside the Beltway
Taking Procedural Stock
Moving Forward/APS Strategic Plan Implementation
Digital Strategy Enhances APS Online Presence
Diversity Corner
A column on programs related to diversity
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Quantum Computing

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Editor: Alan Chodos
Staff Science Writer: Michael Lucibella