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This Month in Physics History
November 29, 1887: Granville Woods Patents the Induction Telegraph
Once a Crystal Collector, Now a Crystal Scientist
Since earning his doctorate in solid-state physics through the APS Bridge Program, Brian Casas says it feels like life has come full circle.
How to Strengthen Computing Instruction in the Physics Classroom
Better computational training is needed to prepare physics students for the workforce, says researcher Danny Caballero.
Start Your Search For a Summer REU Now (and Other Advice From a Physics Major)
Anne Monroe, a college junior majoring in physics, reflects on her internship experience and shares advice.
Science From a Bike: One Teacher’s Cycling Journey to Share Physics Experiments Around the World
Michael Gregory leans on APS JNIPER’s coffee hours and workshops to support his global outreach efforts.
APS Announces Recipients of the Spring 2024 Prizes and Awards
APS recognizes outstanding achievement in research, education, and public service.
Theoretical Physicist Awarded Valley Prize for Work on Quantum Gravity
Geoffrey Penington’s groundbreaking work as a graduate student has helped kickstart advancements in quantum information.
Cosmologist Edward Kolb, Winner of the APS Lilienfeld Prize, Urges Physicists to Combat Scientific Illiteracy
In an interview with APS News, Kolb discusses the Big Bang, parallel universes, and the need for public outreach.
Opinion: The Rise of the Data Physicist
In the search for new physics, a new kind of scientist is bridging the gap between theory and experiment.
An APS Fellowship Shapes a Capitol Hill Career
Thomas Plumb-Reyes wraps up his year as a Congressional Science Fellow.
US Nuclear Scientists Chart Priorities for Next Ten Years
Among them: build an Electron-Ion Collider and detect neutrinoless double beta decay.
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