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Graphene sandwich squares away ice

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'Twisted light' gives quantum cryptography a boost

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How to entangle nearly 3000 atoms using a single photon

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India-based Neutrino Observatory faces a new hurdle

Physicists in court over concerns about groundwater and biodiversity

UK unveils national strategy for stimulating growth in quantum technologies

Training PhDs and building "demonstrators" of commercial products are high on the agenda

New US philanthropy group picks physicist as boss

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Circular grating could give quantum technologies a boost

Evidence for recent star formation seen at Milky Way's centre

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