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Taking Your Next Steps: From Physics Degree to Industry Career
APS Director of Industrial Engagement Dan Pisano chats with early career-physicist Audra Macie about her career in industry.
April Meeting 2021 Promises Exciting Online Events
The second online April Meeting, held from April 17 to 20, will explore physics from “Quarks 2 Cosmos.”
APS Sharpens Focus on Ethical Conduct in Physics
New policies and procedures hold APS honors recipients and leaders accountable to ethical standards.
APS Legacy Circle Profile: Erol Oktay
Plasma physicist Erol Oktay contributes to the future of his field by giving through the APS Legacy Circle.
Science Communicators Discuss Rebuilding Trust in Science
A session at the Annual Leadership Meeting brought together an expert panel to reflect on ways to improve science communication, especially for skeptical audiences.
APS Members Advocate for Key Science Policy Issues During First-Ever Virtual CVD
60 APS members from around the country and abroad participated in more than 80 congressional meetings in a new, online format.
The APS Division of Particles and Fields
A home for physicists interested in fundamental particles and fields, a research area that spans the very small to the very large.
Federal Policies to Strengthen Science
Two panels at the APS Annual Leadership Meeting discussed features of the science policy landscape.
Physics Slam Showcases Research by Student and Early Career Award Recipients
An Annual Leadership Meeting session featured lighting talks from eight early career physicists who have received awards in the past year.
APS Chapters Pilot Program Holds First All-Chapters Events
The first eight APS Chapters gathered for two all-Chapters events to get to know APS and each other.
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