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Governance Changes Bolster APS’s World-Renowned Journals
A restructuring of APS’s editorial and publishing activities will ensure the Physical Review journals can continue to serve the scientific community in the face of increasing competition and other external pressures.
April Meeting: From Quarks to Cosmos via New York
The hybrid meeting will cover a broad range of physics probing the fundamental forces and origins of the universe.
Physicists Address Global Challenges at Leadership Meeting
At the APS Annual Leadership Meeting, scientists discussed research security, misinformation, and what it means to be a physicist.
American Physical Society Takes On Scientific Misinformation
The Science Trust Project will equip APS members to help counter and stem the flow of misinformation in their communities.
Frances Hellman’s Presidential Address
APS President Frances Hellman outlines her vision and priorities for the physics community.
To Touch the Sun
Jorge Cham, aka, PHD Comics, illustrates the daring mission of the Solar Parker Probe, which flew closer to the Sun than any previous spacecraft.
APS Membership Unit Profile: The Forum on Diversity and Inclusion
FDI is dedicated to making physics more inclusive, diverse, and equitable by identifying and advocating for the needs of historically marginalized groups.
The 2022 APS Medal and Society Prize Ceremony
A documentary film honors three distinguished scientists for their research accomplishments; impactful lecturing, mentorship, and communication of physics.
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