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Plan for supersized entanglement is unveiled by physicist

Two 100 g mirrors could behave as quantum-mechanical objects

Brown dwarf's powerful auroras shine bright

Radio and optical emissions suggest that the sub-stellar objects behave more like planets than stars

Reservoir of ultracold atoms is filled continuously

Device could lead to better quantum accelerometers

Stretchable graphene transistors inspired by kirigami

Japanese art of paper cutting used to make micron-sized electronic and mechanical devices

Electron spins cross over in femtoseconds

New measurements could lead to better spintronics

Pushy bacteria create their own superfluids

Collective motion of bacterial swimming could power tiny motors

Metal foams could make promising radiation shields

Environmentally friendly foams could be used in everything from space travel to nuclear reactors

Weyl fermions are spotted at long last

Solution to the Dirac equation detected 85 years after it was predicted

'Metasheet' blocks a narrow band of radiation, letting the rest pass

Material made of metal helices could be used for radar cloaking

Spain and Chile will host next-generation gamma-ray observatory

Cherenkov Telescope Array will study the most energetic events in the universe

Leading UK scientific organizations urge governments to tackle climate change head on

New statement says that governments must act now to avert serious climate risks

Physicists build universal optics chip

New photonic device could serve as basis for quantum computers

Physicist who brought symmetry breaking to particle physics dies at 94

Yoichiro Nambu shared the 2008 Nobel Prize for Physics

Bountiful buckyballs resolve interstellar mystery

C60 molecules might abound in the universe

US astronomers call for a new space telescope with a giant 12 m mirror

Proposed Hubble successor would launch in the 2030s