releases 2013-2014 edition online has released the 2013-2014 edition of the graduate programs in physics, astronomy, and related fields online.

This edition presents exhaustive profiles of the great majority of U.S. physics and astronomy doctoral programs and many master’s degree programs in the United States.

This edition also introduces three top physics graduate programs from China.

The physics-related department profiles include fields such as nuclear engineering, electrical engineering, chemical physics, material science, geophysics, medical and health physics, and acoustics.

A dynamic complement to the print publication, Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy and Related Fields, which AIP has been producing since 1965, adds search-ability, greater accessibility, and convenience. The online department profiles now display general information such as degree requirements, admissions, tuition costs, financial aid, and housing; and more specific information, including specialties for degree programs, department research specialties, faculty information and specialties, notable alumni, special equipment, facilities or programs, research funding, department culture, and more.

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