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Germany set to pull out of €2bn radio telescope

SKA bosses confident shortfall will be met by other countries

New president appointed at Italian Space Agency

Troubled organization to be led by physicist

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

Dispute arises over rejected climate-science paper

University of Reading physicist's claims rejected by journal publisher

Physicists take up key science posts in Serbian government

Appointees must address funding crisis

Did slippery sand help Egyptians build the pyramids?

A little bit of water cuts friction in half

Sistine Chapel artworks seen in a new light

Tuned LEDs will illuminate masterpieces without causing damage

International performance mixed for UK physicists

Publishing output emphasizes quality over quantity

Russia mulls over huge 60 m telescope

Facility would join the hunt for exoplanets

Cambridge physicists divided over Hawking chair

High salary and limited term concern some academics

Italian Space Agency chief Enrico Saggese quits in wake of investigation

Lavish travel and financial irregularities probed by prosecutors

CERN kicks off plans for LHC successor

Some 300 physicists and engineers meet to discuss options

UK splashes out £270m on quantum technology

Programme will support immediate commercialization

Classroom seismometers could monitor earthquakes worldwide

Low-cost, robust device could help with geophysics education