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Physicist calls for 'British Pi Day'

Extra day in April would allow billions to celebrate Welsh mathematician who introduced the symbol π

India-based Neutrino Observatory faces a new hurdle

Physicists in court over concerns about groundwater and biodiversity

UK unveils national strategy for stimulating growth in quantum technologies

Training PhDs and building "demonstrators" of commercial products are high on the agenda

New US philanthropy group picks physicist as boss

Marc Kastner to head to the Science Philanthropy Alliance

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

Physicists urged to back plans for Africa's first synchrotron

Rallying cry goes out for an African light source, with South Africa a potential host

Geoengineering schemes to combat climate change still risky, say reports

Panel suggests small-scale experiments for now

European Physical Society cautions against Horizon 2020 budget cuts

Society warns against removing €2.7bn from research pot

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

Laser pioneer Charles Townes dies aged 99

Physicist shared the 1964 Nobel prize for his work on the microwave laser

Climate-change denier given top Brazilian science job

Appointment of Aldo Rebelo gets mixed response from Brazil's scientific community

Women shun fields that are perceived to require 'innate ability'

New survey casts light on gender imbalance in physics

Lost Beagle 2 spacecraft found intact on Martian surface

New images from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spot lander