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News: March 2016

Rivers of stars could point to cold dark matter in the Milky Way halo

Dark matter's effect on stellar streams should be measurable, says astrophysicist

New gravimeter-on-a-chip is tiny yet extremely sensitive

Device can be made for one thousandth the cost of existing technologies

New radio antenna avoids unwanted signals

Simple, low-cost device could also be used in energy harvesting

Physicists upend conventional wisdom of how paint dries

Analysis identifies how particles separate according to size

Nuclear contraband could be spotted using laser pulses

New technique can detect radioactive material at distances of a few hundred metres

Alice and Bob have their quantum fingerprints checked

Files can be matched up more efficiently using quantum mechanics

Medical imaging could benefit from new X-ray detector

Boost in sensitivity could reduce radiation exposure during CT scans

CERN fails to confirm Fermilab tetraquark discovery

X(5568) does not appear in proton–proton collisions at LHCb

Origami-inspired metamaterial changes shape and stiffness on command

Structure could have a range of applications, from architecture to medicine

'Quantum manifesto' for Europe calls for €1bn in funding

Programme could unlock the potential of quantum technologies, say physicists

Rare-isotope decay links tiny grains to stellar explosions

Discovery helps to explain how elements are made in novae

Bacteria act as tiny lenses to move towards light

Micro-organisms focus light much like the human eye

Mission to Mars launches in search of signs of life

The Trace Gas Orbiter will study the red planet's atmosphere and test landing technologies

Majorana 'zero modes' spotted in superconducting nanowires

Topological protection could lead to better quantum computers

Einstein meets the dark sector in a new numerical code that simulates the universe

Computer program applies general relativity on a huge scale

Fermionic microscope watches individual atoms in transition

Ultracold lithium atoms imaged with single-site and single-particle resolution

Simple interactions cause micro-organisms to follow the crowd

Model explains how groups of cells move towards chemicals even when single cells do not

New forensic shoeprint system relies on total internal reflection

Imaging technology does away with ink and paper

Shor's algorithm is implemented using five trapped ions

Quantum-computing scheme could be scaled-up to perform practical calculations

Tapping into graphene-oxide's antibacterial properties to fight infections

Material can cut bacterial membranes acting as a "nano-knife"

P-wave interactions accidentally spotted in ultracold atoms

Serendipitous measurement opens the door to new physics

Where to look for signals from alien astronomers with a good view of Earth

Zoning in on a narrow band of sky where Earth's transits across the Sun can be detected