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ITER fusion-reactor schedule slips by five years

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Atomic clocks in space could detect gravitational waves

System could complement LISA and LIGO, say physicists

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Orbital angular-momentum states transmitted between Canary Islands

NASA hits back at millionaire in asteroid spat

Nathan Myhrvold at loggerheads with astrophysicists over asteroid analysis

LIGO detects second black-hole merger

"Boxing Day event" confirms the dawn of gravitational-wave astronomy

Chiral molecules spotted in interstellar cloud

Possible precursors of life detected outside of the solar system for the first time

Lasers transform infrared into broadband white light

Emitted light is exceedingly directional and could be useful for high-resolution microscopes

Google gains new ground on universal quantum computer

Combination of digital and analogue computing methods may be the route towards a quantum computer

Quantum simulator entangles hundreds of ions

Breakthrough could lead to better atomic clocks

Soft hairs help resolve the black-hole information paradox

Stephen Hawking and colleagues claim partial solution to 40-year-old puzzle

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UK physics faces EU choice

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New hypothesis seeks to reconcile theory and observations of the early universe

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