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Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor
The most powerful tool in the world is studying hard-to-catch particles called neutrinos.
Scientists are making new lenses that can reshape themselves.
Understanding the effects of noise pollution on people, places and wildlife in National Parks
A new handheld device makes eye exams accessible for billions of people who need it most.
In the 1940s there were 5,000 scholars from China -- some stayed in the U.S. and some went back to China after 1949
Featuring five new stories from the field of fluid dynamics that involve floating, preening, swimming, spitting and sneezing
Misconceptions and false information dominated with 185,000 tweets during big storm.
AIP's News Director reflects on a revolution in Electron Microscopy.
Congress almost defeated the LIGO program before it was ever built.
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