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Navigating the EP3 Guide to Enact Change
The Effective Practices for Physics Programs (EP3) initiative aims to “[support] physics programs with collections of knowledge, experience, and proven good practice for responding to challenges and engaging in systematic improvement” via the EP3 Guide.
APS Continues Progress to Make US More Welcoming for Science
Matthew Olsen, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, recently announced that the China Initiative, which sowed fear among some APS members and curtailed legitimate collaborations, has ended in its current form.
Inclusive Expansion of the Physics Community
To reach new physicists, the physics community must expand its understanding of who physicists are, what they do, and why they do it, according to a session called “Broadening Our Community” at the 2022 APS Annual Leadership Meeting.
Improving Global Science for the Benefit of Humanity
At this year’s APS Annual Leadership Meeting, a session called “Addressing Global Scientific Challenges” asked: How can scientists work together to identify and overcome challenges to global science?
Beyond CRISPR: New DNA Tools Rewrite Genes to Fight Diseases Like COVID-19
At the 2022 APS March Meeting, scientists revealed powerful new methods for untangling and rewriting DNA.
Scientists Present a Recipe for Eternal Bubbles
Bubbles are many things, like shiny and short-lived. But new research suggests the latter isn’t always true.
APS Membership Unit Profile
The Topical Group on Energy Research and Applications
Q&A with the New Lead Editor of Physical Review C, Joseph Kapusta
Professor Kapusta takes the helm following the journal’s previous Lead Editor Benjamin F. Gibson.
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APS Annual Leadership Meeting: Past President’s Address
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