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Gluons get in on proton spin

Force-carrying particles might solve "spin crisis"

Carbon nucleus seen spinning in triangular state

Discovery could help solve mystery of nucleosynthesis

Nuclear-inspection protocol inspired by game of marbles

Technique allows warheads to be authenticated without giving away any secrets

New proton detectors could lead to better cancer treatment

Sensors can track multiple protons in a therapeutic beam

Laser shines a new light on isotope separation

Energy-efficient technique could be adapted for medical use

Electrons' magnetic interactions isolated at long last

Quantum-information method helps make exquisite measurement

Shutdown of nuclear-waste site threatens neutrino lab

Underground explosion leads to temporary shutdown of EXO-200

EXO-200 narrows its search for Majorana neutrinos

Most stringent limit on rate of neutrinoless double β decay set

Physicists lock in on proton's magnetic moment

New result 760 times more precise than previous measurement

US particle-physics panel presents plan for the future

20-year plan emphasizes international collaboration

US sanctions on Russia hit ITER council

Fusion-reactor scientists grapple with politics and funding woes

Superheavy element 117 weighs in again

New isotope "lawrencium-266" also detected

Nuclear waste heads into the virtual realm

Repository design made cheap and easy with new tool

Physicists link neutron stars to earthbound alloys

Calculations suggest neutron-star crusts have rich and varied structure

China to build a huge underground neutrino experiment

JUNO will focus on neutrinos from nearby reactors