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Drones Blowing, and Flying, In The Wind
At an APS fluid dynamics meeting, researchers showed off new robotic technologies for studying atmospheric pollution.
At the Nobel Lectures, Laureates Discussed Their Work Illuminating Electrons
The physics laureates shared their stories with the public in Stockholm.
Get Ready for APS March Meeting 2024
As APS heads to Minneapolis, physicists can engage in person, online, or at a satellite event abroad.
This Month in Physics History
February 1907: Bertram Boltwood Estimates Earth is at Least 2.2 Billion Years Old
Young-Kee Kim, 2024 APS President, on Partnerships at Home and Abroad
An interview with Kim, an experimental physicist with big plans for APS.
At Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia, Life is Radio Silent — by Design
APS’s newest Historic Site celebrates 65 years since its first radio telescope came online.
Enrollment in HBCU Physics Programs Has Declined For Years. A Site Visit Program Seeks to Help Reverse the Trend.
The pilot program, which leans on APS’s EP3 Guide, aims to help HBCUs identify blind spots and create strategic plans.
Using Physics to Design the Stages of Broadway and Cirque du Soleil
Bart Breisch relies on his physics background to create safe sets for extraordinary performances.
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