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Physics Today, the flagship publication of The American Institute of Physics, is the most influential and closely followed physics magazine in the world, informing readers about science and its place in the world with authoritative features, full news coverage and analysis, and fresh perspectives on technological advances and ground-breaking research.
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Open access for and against

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 8-8, February 2020.

Can artificial superintelligence match its hype?

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 49-50, February 2020.

Quantum mechanics textbook teaches through examples

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 50-51, February 2020.

Astrophysicist’s personality outshines his scientific legacy

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 52-53, February 2020.

New books & media

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 54-54, February 2020.

Focus on analytical equipment, sensors, and instrumentation

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 55-57, February 2020.

Charles B. Duke

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 59-59, February 2020.

Alfred Guillou Redfield

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 60-60, February 2020.

Juggling dynamics

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 62-63, February 2020.
With complex throwing patterns of multiple objects, jugglers seemingly defy human limits of reaction time and throwing accuracy.

Lab leaf recycles carbon dioxide

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 64-64, February 2020.

Commentary: High journal acceptance rates are good for science

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 10-11, February 2020.

Modern discovery in soft-matter physics

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 11-11, February 2020.

Ultracold chemistry: No longer a disappearing act

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 12-14, February 2020.
Until now, researchers have struggled to study reactions whose products they couldn’t see.

Spin waves control the magnetization around them

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 14-17, February 2020.
The quasiparticles essential for proposed magnonic devices exert a spin-transfer torque of the same magnitude as that of electrons.

A broad acoustic bandwidth helps listeners understand fragmented speech

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 17-19, February 2020.
High-frequency audibility is critical for understanding speech in crowded social settings.

Goal: Double the number of African Americans in physics and astronomy

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 20-23, February 2020.
The recommendations of a new AIP report aim to catalyze and guide a huge cultural shift.

Weapons labs to build costly new device to better understand plutonium

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 23-25, February 2020.
Scientists say subcritical experiments with plutonium will eliminate the need for nuclear tests, a promise that was first made in 1995.

Iowa’s agriculture is losing its Goldilocks climate

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 26-33, February 2020.
Climate conditions for growing corn and soybeans have improved, but current trends indicate they will not last.

State of the art in magnetic resonance imaging

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 34-40, February 2020.
As a clinical technology, MRI offers unsurpassed flexibility to look inside the human body.

Noise: From nuisance to research subject

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Physics Today, Volume 73, Issue 2, Page 42-48, February 2020.
The definition has evolved through history from an acoustical term informed by music to a plurality of meanings. Today one person’s noise may be someone else’s signal.

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