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Sights from the APS April Meeting

Here are some sights from the APS April Meeting held Sat., April 30 through Tue., May 3 at the Hyatt Hotel Orange County in Anaheim, Calif. Research on nuclear physics, particle physics, and astrophysics among other topics was presented at the meeting.

[Peace, love, and neutrinos: One researcher handed out buttons related to her research at the APS April Meeting held April 30 through May 3 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Anaheim, Calif.]

[Physicists stroll through the lobby of the Hyatt Regency Orange County, site of the APS April Meeting.]

[A large crowd filled the room for the meeting's first session celebrating 100 years of sub-atomic physics. Topics included the Large Hadron Collider and the search for dark matter.]

[Benson Way, a graduate student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, reads through the schedule of APS April Meeting events.]

[The APS April Meeting spanned the weekend of April 30 and included research on nuclear physics, particle physics, and astrophysics among other topics.]

[David E. Snead, center, and Lior Burko, left, talk in the hotel lobby about Snead's research on measuring particles in free fall. Marc Sher, right, looks on.]

[Lyn Evans, former project leader of the Large Hadron Collider, checks out the wares APS store.]

[Yu Zheng, a graduate student at Purdue University, speaks on the phone while flipping through her April Meeting schedule of events in the lobby of the Hyatt Hotel.]

[Becky Thompson, of APS, hands out free Physics Central posters and activity books to passers by.]

[Crystal Baily and Ted Hodapp, both of APS, dance in front of the Hyatt Hotel to celebrate May Day, May 1, during the APS meeting.]

[Friends old and new chat in the lobby of the Hyatt Hotel during a break between meeting sessions.]

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