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On this day in 1910, Theodor Wulf published the results from his radiation measurements in the journal Physikalische Zeitschrift. This is now recognized as the first concrete evidence for the existence of cosmic rays:
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APS Physics Sep 13
Don’t forget to submit your application for the International Research Travel Award Program by September 20 to help promote international research collaborations!
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APS Physics Sep 13
If you plan on presenting at March Meeting, submit your abstract today! The deadline to submit is October 25
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APS Physics Sep 13
One of the talks from was awarded a 2019 Ig Nobel Prize that aims to "celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginative — and spur people’s interest in science, medicine, and technology." Congratulations!
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APS Physics Sep 13
Myriam Sarachik has received the 2020 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research, our highest honor. Dr. Sarachik is one of the world's leading experimental condensed matter physicists.
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APS Physics Sep 13
Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) are 3-day regional events where physics majors can present research, network with peers, and discover career options. Apply today:
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APS Physics Sep 12
You have more time to apply for the Awards this review cycle, but don’t wait! Have you applied yet? Learn more on our website:
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APS Physics Sep 12
Experience “Quarks to Cosmos: 2020 Vision in Physics Frontiers” at the upcoming APS April Meeting.
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APS Physics Sep 11
. has an opening for an Assistant Professor of Physics. Learn more in the APS Jobs Center.
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APS Physics Sep 11
You can help inspire women to major in physics by registering with STEP UP! STEP UP is a national community of physics teachers, researchers, and professional societies working to empower women to pursue physics in college.
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APS Physics Sep 11
In honor of , to one of the most read APS News stories about physicist William Higinbotham, who created what is thought to be the first video game, Tennis for Two, in 1958.
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APS Physics Sep 10
. has an opening for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Physics. View it in the APS Job Center.
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APS Physics Sep 10
The Awards support a variety of ways to bring people together to discuss and collaborate on ideas to advance fundamental physics. Learn more and apply today:
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APS Physics Sep 10
PhysTEC will award up to five recruiting grants to US-based education programs. Put the finishing touches on your proposal & submit today!
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APS Physics Sep 10
Nuclear scientist shares her experiences from the 2019 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in this Q&A: via
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APS Physics Sep 10
Have you submitted your abstract for March Meeting 2020? We want to see you in Denver!
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Physical Review Research Sep 9
Congratulations to Lead Editor on receiving the Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist for her ground-breaking research into multiferroic materials. Read more
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APS Physics Sep 9
Ready to network with other women in the physics field? Join us for APS CUWiP from January 17-19! See our list of participating academic institutions and apply by October 4.
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APS Physics Sep 9
If you’re a physicist in a developing or developed country, IRTAP can help you collaborate with physicists in other countries. Learn more today:
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APS Physics Sep 6
Women’s enrollment in physics can drastically increase by working with high school physics teachers. Interested in learning how you can help? Visit
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