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The American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting of 1987 - The 'Woodstock of Physics' was held in New York City. The significance of this meeting was to announce the development of new, high-temperature superconducting materials. In March 18 session papers were given, starting at 7:30 pm and lasting until 3:15am. L-R: John Cahn, Alan I. Goldman, Dan Shechtman, Paul Steinhardt, Paul Horn, and Linus Pauling at a press conference about quasicrystals.

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March 19, 1987
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Photographic pring, b&w
Cahn, Robert W.
Goldman, Alan I.
Shechtman, Dan
Steinhardt, Paul J.
Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
Horn, Paul (Paul M.)