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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

Mysterious baryon resonance is a subatomic molecule, say physicists

Strange quark does not contribute to magnetic moment of lambda 1405

India-based Neutrino Observatory faces a new hurdle

Physicists in court over concerns about groundwater and biodiversity

Have alien civilizations built cosmic accelerators from black holes?

Search for extraterrestrial intelligence should seek high-energy neutrinos, says physicist

Large Hadron Collider fires up in a bid to shake up the Standard Model

Searches for supersymmetry and dark matter will mark out the CERN collider's second run

Smaller fusion reactors could deliver big gains

Tokamak Energy says that "fusion power gain" does not depend on the size of the reactor

Particle pioneer Val Fitch dies at 91

US physicist discovered fundamental symmetry violation in the decay of K-mesons

Nailing the half-life of iron-60

New measurements tune up million-year "astronomical clock"

New calculations support dark-matter discovery by DAMA, say physicists

Annual signal in detector could be explained by a new interaction

Indian Neutrino Observatory set for construction

Government pledges $236m towards underground lab

The world of physics in 2015

Find out more about the key physics events of the coming year – and those we predict might happen

Medical-isotope breakthrough made at Canadian lab

Photo-neutron production of commercial molybdenum-99 is a first

LHCb bags two new baryonic strange-beauty particles

CERN experiment excels at measuring mass

Researchers tackle inner secrets of neutron stars

New method constrains possible forms of matter

Review breathes life into Yucca Mountain nuclear-waste site

Election fall-out and NRC resignation could also tip the balance towards Nevada facility