NAS elects new members
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Presents updates concerning the American Physical Society as of May 1977. Proposed abolition of fellowship as a class of membership of the Society; Appointment of Caroline Herzenberg as head of the Committee on the Status of Women in Physics; Stance of the Society on a resolution adopted by the...
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This article presents the list of new members of the National Academy of Engineering, whose work is in physics or related fields, elected in February 1988.
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Presents a list of the newly elected members as of 1984 to the National Academy of Sciences.
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Provides information on the elected members of the National Academy of Sciences at its annual meeting in April 2002. Professional background of the new members; Number of active members; Number of foreign associates elected.
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Reports on the results of a survey by the National Academy of Sciences on the state of physics in the U.S. Issues on physics study; Members of the panel of its physics survey committee.
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Focuses on the `Physics in a New Era' report from the United States National Academy of Sciences which reviewed the entire field of physics. Recommendations of the report; Report's warning; Stance taken by the report regarding international collaboration in physics research.