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News and Photos from the 2011 APS March Meeting

Nobel Laureate Konstantin Novoselov speaks during a press conference at the 2011 APS March Meeting. Novoselov, who in 2010 won a Nobel Prize for his work on graphene, spoke to a capacity crowd Wednesday night at the Dallas Convention Center.

As the 2011 annual APS March Meeting comes to a close in Dallas, here's a look back at some of the sights from the meeting as well as links to a few talks that made news over the last week:


Curry powder molecule 'is cheap sensor for explosives' by BBC News.

Diamond could store quantum information from Science News.

'Small modular reactors' hold sway in US nuclear future by BBC News.

Silicene: It could be the new graphene from Science News.

Most superheroes get science right, physics professor says at opening of Dallas science conference from The Dallas Morning News.

An audience member in a cowboy hat listens to the lecture about "The Science of Barbecue (Texas Style)" on Tuesday morning at the 2011 APS March Meeting.

Several attendees take advantage of the shade outside the Dallas Convention Center at the 2011 APS March Meeting.

Thousands of speakers and attendees took over the Dallas Convention Center from March 21-25 for the 2011 annual APS March Meeting.

Several 2011 APS March Meeting attendees check out the schedule of events in one of the presentation rooms at the Dallas Convention Center.
A large crowd dominates the center of the Dallas Convention Center where a long line of 2011 APS March Meeting attendees waits for their turn to order at Starbucks.
From left, Wyatt Graham, Joe Gran, Chris Miller and Peter Greene, all from the University of California Davis, enjoy an evening out on the town in Dallas early in the week during the 2011 APS March Meeting.
One meeting attendee takes a nap in the Dallas sunshine mid-week during the 2011 APS March Meeting.

Speakers and attendees take a break between sessions at the 2011 APS March Meeting.

A view of the Dallas morning skyline from the Hyatt Regency Hotel, where several satellite events took place.

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  1. We had a great time there! Thanks for the photo memories!

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