Q&A

Physics in Confined Spaces (Upcoming)

Physics 15, 186
In this upcoming Q&A, physicist Erin Flowers will speak about a Princeton University-run program called the Prison Teaching Initiative.
APS/C. Cain; E. Flowers/Princeton; J. Finn-Irwin/CC BY 2.0/Wikimedia Commons

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