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1 A Heavyweight Merger
2 Gravity causes homogeneity of the universe
3 N3He; One-Of-A-Kind Experiment By Nuclear Physicist
4 Provably exact artificial intelligence for nuclear and particle physics
5 Review Journals
6 One-of-a-Kind Nuclear Physics Experiment Achieves Higher Precision Weak Force Measurement Between Protons, Neutrons
7 The realization of active microscale Marangoni surfers
8 Scientists achieve higher precision weak force measurement between protons, neutrons
9 The return of the spin echo
10 Glass molecules can act like sand when jammed, study finds
11 First experimental evidence of a new type of dark boson possibly found
12 The Physical Review's Split, 50 Years Later
13 The Quantum Butterfly Noneffect
14 Looking skin deep at the growth of neutron stars
15 From the Big Bang to the Present: Gravity Is Why the Universe Is So Uniform
16 New approach to exotic quantum matter
17 Physics
18 The Back Page
19 Physicists May Have The First Experimental Evidence of a New Type of Dark Boson
20 The exotic ‘atom’ positronium surprises scientists
21 Physicists explain mysterious dark matter deficiency in galaxy pair
22 Nanoearthquakes control spin centers in SiC
23 Defying a 150-year-old rule for phase behavior
24 New approach to exotic quantum matter
25 Physics
26 Squeezed light makes Virgo's mirrors jitter
27 Physics
28 'Biggest bang since the Big Bang': Scientists detect collision of huge black holes
29 Review Journals
30 New Method can Reduce Plasma Turbulence in Stellarator Plasmas
31 50 Years of Physical Review B: Solid Hits in Condensed Matter Research
32 50 Years of Physical Review A: The Legacy of Three Classics
33 Spin Current in an Antiferromagnet is Coherent
34 50 Years of Physical Review D: Making Ripples in Fields and Spacetime
35 Physical Review E
36 Manna Lab discovers new way to confine energy
37 APS and Max Planck Society Partner on “Read and Publish” Open Access Pilot
38 A Light Squeeze
39 APS tip sheet: modeling the matter after big bang expansion
40 Physical Review Physics Education Research
41 Follow the Crowd to Find a Smell
42 APS tip sheet: Predicting epidemics' speed
43 PhysicsCentral
44 Making Electron Pulses Shorter and Steadier
45 Accelerators and Beams
46 Physics
47 Physical Review Research Publishes its First Papers
48 APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2019
49 Physics
50 How LIGO and 'Physical Review Letters' worked together to publish the paper of a lifetime
51 _Physical Review Research_ is now open for submissions and waiving APCs in 2019
52 Gravity Is Why the Universe Is So Uniform
53 Physics
54 Physics
55 APS tip sheet: Harnessing radar echoes for future neutrino detection
56 Letters to the Editor—May 11, 2020
57 Self-induced ultrafast demagnetization limits amount of light diffracted from magnetic samples at soft x-ray energies
58 Letters to the Editor—April 13, 2020
59 APS to Join Phase III of SCOAP3 from 2020
60 Physics
61 From Our Inbox: Letters to the Editor for the Week Ending Sept. 25, 2020
62 New Spaceship Sail Self-Centers
63 A quantum thermometer to measure the coldest temperatures in the universe (Update)
64 Jonathan Bagger Selected as Next APS CEO
65 Physics
66 Defect or No Defect: It's a Toss Up
67 Buckling on Command
68 Radar and ice could help detect an elusive subatomic particle
69 Physics
70 Sand dunes can 'communicate' with each other
71 Physics
72 Single-Photon Transistor Using a F\"orster Resonance
73 Back to the Lab? We Want to Hear From You
74 Physics
75 Scientists use light to accelerate supercurrents, access forbidden light, quantum properties • News Service • Iowa State University
76 Letters to the Editor—April 6, 2020
77 Letters to the Editor—August 3, 2020
78 Motion of a Solitonic Vortex in the BEC-BCS Crossover
79 Physics
80 Sculpting a Waveguide with Light
81 Letters to the Editor—April 20, 2020
82 MIT Devises More Efficient Error Correction for Quantum Devices
83 APS Publications
84 Einstein Versus the Physical Review: Physics Today: Vol 58, No 9
85 Shifting dimensions: Exciting excitons in phosphorene
86 Physics
87 Physics
88 Physics Seeks a Corresponding Editor
89 Space Dust May Not Be So Icy
90 Physics
91 Structure Formation in the Very Early Universe
92 A Ferroelastic Film at the Edge of Chaos
93 Physics
94 Physics
95 LIGO Picks Up on the Third Ring
96 Pentadiamond outshines the original
97 New Data Reveal the Heavy Side of Cosmic Rays
98 Physical Review Journals
99 Olive oil leads to discovery of new universal law of phase transitions
100 Supercomputers help link quantum entanglement to cold coffee