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A Novel Pitch to Donors Hits Fundraising Goal
The APS Division of Chemical Physics uses autographed baseballs to bolster prize funding.
Future of Physics Days Events Help Students Connect in Virtual Settings
At the March and April meetings, special events, including an innovative networking opportunity, enriched student experiences.
The APS Forum on Graduate Student Affairs
FGSA empowers and supports graduate students and provides an important entry point into APS.
Inside APS Programs in Careers, Diversity, Education, and Public Engagement
Meet the program heads behind the wide range of programs APS offers as benefits to the physics community.
APS Congressional Science Fellow Stephanie Mack
As the 2021–22 Congressional Science Fellow, Stephanie Mack will contribute her scientific perspective to the policymaking process.
Joseph Serene 1947-2021
Remembering a former APS Treasurer/Publisher and honored physics professor.
APS Plays Leading Role in Growth of Quantum Information Science
APS has helped found the Quantum Economic Development Consortium, supports the National Quantum Initiative Act, and launched the APS Division of Quantum Information.
Unraveling the Possibilities of Knitted Materials
Researchers at the March Meeting explore the material science applications of knitting.
2021 APS April Meeting Featured Nobel Winners in Physics
The winners of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics kicked off the April Meeting at the Kavli Foundation Plenary session.
Focus Groups with International Physicists to Help APS Better Serve Members
Young physicists from across the globe participated in focus groups to provide insight into ways APS can engage with students and early-career physicists in their country.
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