The current quarter century, which began in 1931, the year of the founding of the American Institute of Physics, has witnessed the most remarkable growth and development of the status of physics as a profession that this country has experienced. History has given weight to the thesis that the progress of science is directly proportional to the support given to scientists by the professional societies in the field. A study of the physics research journals will show how their growth and influence have closely paralleled the organization and increase of membership of the various professional physics societies.
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- AVS: Science & Technology of Materials, Interfaces, and Processing
- Acoustical Society of America
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine
- American Association of Physics Teachers
- American Astronomical Society
- American Crystallographic Association, Inc.
- Chinese Physical Society
- Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
- Laser Institute of America
- The Society of Rheology
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