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ALMA debuts its high-resolution results

Radio telescope makes new discoveries in its long-baseline configuration

How to efficiently capture carbon dioxide out of thin air

New membrane is a thousand times more adept at absorbing the gas than trees

XENON1T will join the hunt for dark matter this autumn

World's largest direct-detection experiment will be more than 10 times more sensitive than current detectors

Rosetta's bouncing probe finds no magnetic field on comet 67P

Null result suggests early solar system lacked strong magnetic fields

'Cosmic shear' reveals dark matter in new high-resolution map

Large-scale map from the Dark Energy Survey pinpoints clumps and filaments

Scientists reveal how a sea sponge gets its remarkable strength

Fibres made of concentric cylinders help creature cling to the sea floor

Dark matter and muons are ruled out as DAMA signal source

New simulations show that signal is very difficult to explain by any known model

Diamond cavity boosts magnetic-field detection

New sensor could be used to study the brain and heart

Mysterious baryon resonance is a subatomic molecule, say physicists

Strange quark does not contribute to magnetic moment of lambda 1405

Crystal-handedness revealed by twisted electron beams

New electron-microscopy technique could measure chirality of single molecules

Dousing flames with low-frequency sound waves

Prototype device puts out fires without using water or chemicals

Graphene sandwich squares away ice

New research reveals a previously unknown phase of ice

Entangled photons cast a new light on cause and effect

Correlation can imply causation in the quantum world, say physicists

'Twisted light' gives quantum cryptography a boost

Technique could make cryptographic systems more resilient to eavesdroppers

Acoustic topological insulator could hide submarines

Hearing aids could benefit from lattices of rotating cylinders