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Physics Today

Physics Today, the "trade journal" for physicists, is sent to all members of the 10 societies that make up the AIP (American Institute of Physics). Physics Today can be found in the science or physics libraries of most universities and physics research institutes. It is also available to individuals and organizations by subscription.

Physics Today is published monthly. The August issue comes in two parts: Part 1 is a regular issue; Part 2 is the annual Buyers' Guide. A few issues each year are special issues with a larger than usual complement of feature articles, all devoted to a single topic. Topics covered by special issues in recent years have included Environmental Physics, High-Performance Computing, and Communicating Physics to the Public.

Each issue of Physics Today contains a variety of feature articles and departments, including reports on recent discoveries, editorial columns by distinguished physicists, news of political developments of importance to physicists, news from the physics community, and a vigorous letters column.

Physics Today - July 1989 - Volume 42, Number 7; cover photograph of liquid crystalline DNA.

Physics Today - June 1991 - Volume 44, Number 6; cover photograph of the gadolinium derivative of the 123 superconductor.


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