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APS in the News

Iran's Brain Drain Problem
September 4, 2014
Scientists are leaving Iran in droves, in part to avoid the fate suffered by imprisoned physicist Omid Kokabee.
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Gray arrow Prize: 2014 Andrei Sakharov

Hunting for Dark Energy
September 3, 2014
New approaches seek to nail down dark energy and discover how it might be accelerating the universe's growth.
Gray arrow Article: New Scientist
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review D

Lithium Lacking in Big Bang
September 2, 2014
Almost all lithium-6 was produced well after the Big Bang – something that current theories of nucleosynthesis cannot explain.
Gray arrow Article: Physics World
Gray arrow Abstract: Physical Review Letters

Tetraquark Questions
August 29, 2014
Newly discovered particles have incited a fierce debate about matter at the quantum scale.
Gray arrow Article: Quanta Magazine
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