The American Institute of Physics has announced that the Boston-based American Meteorological Society (AMS) has become the institute's newest member society.
AMS will now receive all the benefits conferred by full membership, including free subscriptions to AIP's flagship magazine, Physics Today, for all AMS members and eligibility for increased participation in AIP's history, news, media outreach, statistics, public policy, and student programs.
The premier scientific society for meteorology and related atmospheric, oceanographic and hydrologic sciences, AMS has about 14,000 members worldwide, including more than 3,000 students and 1,700 international members. As an umbrella organization, AIP provides services and benefits to AMS and other member societies, which represent a broad spectrum of physical science professionals.
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