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Yes, Sexual Harassment Still Drives Women Out of Physics
A new study published in Physical Review Physics Education Research details the consequences of sexual harassment in physics.
News About Neutrinos: The Kavli Foundation Plenary Session
Physicists share the newest research on neutrinos at the April Meeting 2019.
Updating Le Système International
The International Bureau of Weight and Measurement is creating new standards for SI units.
Shedding Light on the Dark: Public Lecture by Katherine Freese
April meeting attendees and the general public were treated to an exciting lecture on the mysteries of dark matter.
New Results Question Controversial Dark Matter Signals
Two detectors have released the results of their quest to test DAMA/LIBRA's claims of dark matter discovery.
Quantum Computing Scientists: Give Them Lemons, They’ll Make Lemonade
Physicists at the March Meeting discuss how they are making use of noisy quantum computing.
Education and Diversity News
The APS Bridge Program Celebrates its First Ph.D.s
Fellow Young Physicists—Get Involved in Human Rights
This Month in Physics History
May 1618: Kepler’s Discovery of Solar System Harmonics
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Congress Must Lift Budget Caps to Promote STEM Jobs and Avoid Huge Cuts
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Senate Energy Innovation Push Gains Steam
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