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Steven Weinberg 1933-2021
Architect of the Standard Model dies at 88
APS Legacy Circle Profile: Robert Stanek
The APS Legacy Circle recognizes donors, such as Stanek, who make a positive impact on the physics community through planned giving.
Speaker of the APS Council Baha Balantekin
The Speaker of the Council shares his thoughts on his journey in physics and the role of the Council in the future of APS.
Chair of the Ethics Committee, Frances Houle, introduces a new column on professional ethics.
The US Must Broaden Onramps to the STEM Workforce
Building a strong, diverse workforce in the US is key to maintaining global competitiveness.
APS Membership Unit Profile: The New England Section
Meet one of APS’s largest and most active geographical sections, which offers members valuable professional development and networking opportunities.
APS Works to Ensure US has Strong Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry
As other countries ramp up investment in semiconductor research, APS supports efforts to uphold a robust US semiconductor manufacturing industry.
2021 APS Fall Prize and Award Recipients
APS announces the recipients of prizes and awards for achievements in fluid dynamics, nuclear physics, and plasma physics.
This Month in Physics History
September 19, 1926: Masatoshi Koshiba, Pioneer of Neutrino Astronomy, is Born
News from Government Affairs
APS Thrilled with DHS Withdrawal of Proposed Elimination of Duration of Status
FYI: Science Policy News From AIP
Secretary of State Tony Blinken Sets Out Vision for Global Technology Diplomacy
The Back Page
APS-IDEA: Transforming the Culture of 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).
APS Celebrates Undergraduate Research with the LeRoy Apker Award Finalists
Seven undergraduates showcased their physics research at the annual Apker selection meeting.
Steven Weinberg 1933-2021
Architect of the Standard Model dies at 88.
Current US Policy on China: The Risk to Open Science
Free information exchange between research groups worldwide is essential for progress in science.
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