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Plan S Tries to Flip the Open Access Switch
A coalition of funding agencies has announced an aspirational plan to promote open access publishing.
APS Membership Unit Profile: The Division of Biological Physics
Members of the Division of Biological Physics examine what physics teaches us about biology-and what biology can teach us about physics.
Applied Physics with Fundamental Foundations
In just five years, Physical Review Applied has become a premier publication venue for the diverse discipline of applied physics.
Argonne National Laboratory Named APS Historic Site
Newest APS Historic Site showcases the work of Nobel laureate Maria Goeppert Mayer
What Works in Physics Teaching?
APS - AAPT Collaboration Seeks to Codify Effective methods in Undergraduate Physics Education
First Recipients of the Irwin Oppenheim Award
Two early career-researchers have been recognized for their work published in Physical Review E
Toast with Jam and Quantum Mechanics
Physicist Chad Orzel discusses his new book Breakfast with Einstein: The Exotic Physics of Everyday Objects.
Dramatic Drops and Fascinating Flows: the 2018 Gallery of Fluid Motion
A look at this year's best videos from the Gallery of Fluid Motion.
Physicists in Lebanon: Passion and Talent Striving to Overcome Adversity
This Month in Physics History
December 1925: Manne Siegbahn wins Nobel Prize in Physics for x-ray spectroscopy
Profiles in Versatility
Jim Bellingham uses his training in physics to develop underwater vehicles that are revealing the depths of the ocean.
The APS Office of Government Affairs
2017 APS Congressional Fellow Reflects on Impactful Experience
FYI: Science Policy News From AIP
The 2018 Midterm Elections: Outlook for Science Policy
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