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Nobel laureate James Cronin dies at 84

Particle-physics pioneer co-discovered CP-symmetry violation in decaying K mesons

UK Atomic Energy Authority gets a new chief executive

Ian Chapman takes over at a tricky time for agency that develops nuclear fusion energy technology

Physics meeting relocated due to discriminatory law

Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics conference will not take place in Charlotte, North Carolina

Construction starts on huge Chinese cosmic-ray observatory

Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory will attempt to understand the origin of cosmic rays

US auditors question NASA Mars plans

Government Accountability Office raises concerns over ambitious timescale

Job cuts loom at UK's National Physical Laboratory

Up to 15% of staff jobs threatened as lab shifts research priorities

Palestinian Advanced Physics School is a first

Master's students gather for lectures on advanced topics in particle and synchrotron physics

Thirty Meter Telescope may not be built in Hawaii, say astronomers

Officials will decide early next year whether to build the protest-hit telescope at new site

UK physics faces huge uncertainty after EU referendum result

Researchers voice concern over UK decision to leave the European Union

ITER fusion-reactor schedule slips by five years

US will retain membership in multi-billion euro collaboration

UK physics faces EU choice

Simon Perks looks at how physics could be affected by the UK's referendum this month on its membership of the European Union

Jailed Iranian physicist freed temporarily after cancer treatment

Omid Kokabee on medical parole after five years in prison

Buckyball pioneer Harold Kroto dies at 76

Nobel-prize-winning chemist created ball-shaped molecules to better understand interstellar clouds

Consortium sets out to build European laser plasma accelerator

EuPRAXIA aims to put compact electron accelerator on scientific facility road map

Computer gamers solve quantum problems

Citizen-science initiative harnesses the brainpower of more than 10,000 people