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By taking on a significant part of the education of high-school physics teachers, physics departments in the US can inspire their students and help ensure a scientifically educated population.
Expand outreach on the nature of science, critical thinking, and the scientific method. Investigate and promote policy opportunities for undergraduates and recent graduates. Those were among the top proposals to emerge last month for the Society of Physics Students (SPS), following the fifth...
The demonstration that one highly excited atom can inhibit the excitation of another far away holds promise for quantum computing with neutral atoms.
The $550 million heavy ion accelerator will be an “incredible toy box” for nuclear physicists, says project director.
A lot of money over a long time. That's what a trickle of researchers is getting from the Department of Defense's new National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship (NSSEFF) program, which provides relatively strings‐free grants of up to $3 million.;
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