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Critics attack new 10-year US fusion plan

Report "lacks vision" and fails to address real problems, say researchers

Retrial granted for jailed Iranian physicist

Supreme Court overturns initial verdict for Omid Kokabee

Chemistry Nobel awarded for super-resolution microscopy

Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner share 2014 prize

Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies at 87

Particle-physics pioneer who discovered the tau lepton shared the 1995 prize

Megatelescope snaps up former fusion boss

Edward Moses takes on astronomy role

Japan seeks to splurge on big-science facilities

Education ministry asks for 18% increase in annual spending

India's Mangalyaan satellite successfully in orbit around Mars

Triumphant maiden mission carried out on a shoestring budget

CERN celebrates 60 years of science

Particle physics lab hosts huge variety of events to mark diamond jubilee

Works starts on new European neutron source

Spallation facility in Sweden should be up and running in 2023

New physics department opens in the UK

University of Lincoln expands as interest in physics grows

China pursues 52 km collider project

250 GeV machine proposed

US–Russia tensions hit scientists

Russian scientists banned from Department of Energy labs as sanctions bite

Using antineutrinos to monitor nuclear reactors

State of reactor core could be verified from outside the facility

Standards lab overlooked spy agency's cryptography 'back door', say scientists

Report slams US National Institute of Standards and Technology for supporting flawed algorithm