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Profile in Versatility
Jessica Esquivel, a Fermilab scientist and advocate for Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ+ people in STEM, is driving change in the physics community.
The South African Institute of Physics Honors Five APS Members as Fellows
Five APS members, including APS President Jim Gates, were recently selected as Fellows of the South African Institute of Physics.
A New Home for the APS Editorial Office
The APS Editorial Office makes a move, after the APS Board and Council approved the sale of its current Ridge location.
The Division of Gravitational Physics
Meet a 1700-member-strong unit, dedicated to gravitational research.
October Ethics Column
At all meetings, whether in-person or online, the APS Code of Conduct is critical to maintaining a safe and collegial environment.
APS Celebrates Undergraduate Research with the LeRoy Apker Award Finalists
Seven undergraduates showcased their physics research at the annual Apker Award selection meeting.
Medical Physicist: An Exciting Career with Many Options
Four medical physicists share their experiences in a dynamic, exciting field.
The Back Page
Current US Policy on China: The Risk to Open Science
Spring 2022 APS Prizes and Awards Recipients
APS has announced the Society’s Spring 2022 prize and award recipients.
Next-Generation Fellowship Supports Diverse Voices within Nuclear Weapons Policy Field
Applications for a new cohort of Next-Generation Fellows closes November 30, 2021.
2021 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Research in Complex Systems
The Royal Swedish Academy has announced the recipients of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Physical Review Journals Announce Inclusive Name-Change Policy
New initiative allows authors to change their previously published names for any reason.
Past APS President Laura Greene Appointed to President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
The Biden-Harris Administration today announced the appointment of Laura Greene, Chief Scientist at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and the MarieKrafft Professor of Physics at Florida State University, to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST).
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