For our ten-year anniversary, the editors of Physics look back at some of the past research we have covered and ask: What’s become of it?
Physics, an online publication from the American Physical Society, seeks a talented physical sciences writer or editor to join its editorial team.
Prize goes to three physicists for gravitational-wave detection.
With data from a third detector, researchers can better localize source of waves.
To celebrate the launch of the newest APS journal, Physical Review Materials, Physics presents a collection of stories that highlight results from materials research published in APS journals over the past decade.
Find out more about topological phases of matter in this collection of articles from the archive of Physics.
The prize recognizes David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz for developing the theory underlying many exotic states of matter.
Find out more about research on neutrinos in this collection of articles from the archive of Physics.
Find out more about gravitational waves in this collection of articles from the archives of Physics.
November 2015 marks the centennial of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Here is a collection of Physics articles about APS papers that grew out of Einstein’s ideas.
APS is expanding its helium-purchasing program to help scientists cut costs. Deadline to apply is September 25
Physics launches a new mobile-friendly and easier to navigate design of its website.
Join the Physics editors and scientist Sharon Glotzer for her talk on building robot-like machines with colloidal particles.
Physicists have made great advances in the science and technology of light over the past century. Physics revisits six specific advances reported in the APS journals that are of special interest.