News & Announcements from APS

Nobel Prize in Physics Recognizes Quantum Science Advances
Three APS members received the physics prize for their groundbreaking experiments with quantum entanglement, the phenomenon sometimes known as “spooky action at a distance.”
MICROSCOPE Mission Presents Most Precise Test of General Relativity’s Weak Equivalence Principle
A team of researchers present the most precise test yet of the Weak Equivalence Principle, a key component of the theory of general relativity.
American Physical Society Appoints Rachel Burley Chief Publications Officer
Strategic hire to take the helm of the world’s most influential physics journals
National Academies Committee to Formulate Vision for Particle Physics
A committee of distinguished scientists will meet this week to begin laying out a vision for the future of high-energy physics.

View all Press Releases

Nobel Prize

Nobel Prize-winning Research in Physical Review Letters
The Physical Review journals are home to the most Nobel-winning physics papers in the world.

APS Media Contact

David Barnstone
Head of Public Relations
(301) 209-3267

General Media Inquiries

For the Press

The APS Press Office works with authors, public information officers, and journalists to publicize research published in its journals and presented at its meetings. Credentialed journalists are eligible to receive a weekly tip sheet from the Physical Review journals and complimentary meeting registration.

Go to the Press Office page for more information.

APS News

APS News contains the news of APS and its units, as well as reports, announcements, and opinions from the society and its members.

Read Current Issue

Social Media

APS Social Media Channels