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APS April Meeting Heads to Charm City
The city of Baltimore, Maryland will host the 2015 April Meeting.
Incoming 2015 APS President: Q & A with Samuel Aronson
Sam Aronson, former head of Brookhaven National Lab, shares his thoughts on his upcoming term as APS President.
Top Ten Physics News Stories in 2014
It seemed like everyone was talking about physics in 2014, so APS News is highlighting the ten biggest physics newsmakers of the year.
Wanted: Input from Physicists on Future of Computing
Scientists who use or need high powered supercomputers are being asked by the National Research Council to share their thoughts about future needs for the NSF.
Physicist Nominated to Lead Pentagon
President Barack Obama nominated physicist and former defense department official to be the new defense secretary.
Digital Archives Grow in Size and Usefulness
The public is gaining unprecedented access to historical documents as online digital archives become more popular.
Nature Publishing Group Starts “Free to Read” Link Sharing
A new effort by the Nature Publishing Group is trying to curb the “dark sharing” of academic papers by allowing researchers to share within a sanctioned but limited network.
New Brookhaven Light Source Debuts in 2015
Brookhaven readies its new, next-generation light source for prime time.
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