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A Message from the APS CEO and the APS President
Kate Kirby and Phil Bucksbaum share how APS is supporting the scientific community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: APS Actions and Resources
APS is working to serve its members through virtual meetings, remote journal access, and more.
Resources for Online Physics Instruction
Tools for physics departments making the change to online courses.
APS Student Ambassadors Engage with Units
Seven students joined APS leaders at the Annual Leadership Meeting.
The Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
As the oldest division in APS, DAMOP is a cornerstone of APS with an active membership and a vibrant annual meeting.
APS Members Named "5 Sigma Physicists" for Outstanding Advocacy
16 APS members are honored for their high-impact advocacy activities with the APS Office of Government Affairs.
Using Autonomous Vehicles for Agriculture, Environment, and Infrastructure Monitoring
Small, unmanned aerial vehicles can be deployed to do dull and dangerous jobs.
How To Protect A Quantum Computer From Itself
Researchers work to build a quantum machine capable of quantum error correction in real time.
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Moving Physics Courses Online on Short Notice
Physicists and COVID-19: APS News and Physics Magazine would like to hear from you. How are you carrying out your research? How are you moving your classes online? How are you using your physics training during the pandemic? Please send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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