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CERN experiments announce first indications of a rare Higgs boson process
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ICHEP 2020 hosts virtual sessions for scientists and public
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University physicists measure duration of quantum tunneling for first time
Astrophysicists Fill in 11 Billion Years of Our Universe’s Expansion History
Global hunt to detect collisions in space
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Physicists win grant to continue Higgs study
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Hungry black hole among most massive in Universe
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Scientists find mysterious astrophysical object in black hole collision
Black hole swallows much smaller mysterious object
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Scientists develop new method for detecting black hole mergers
Citizen scientists look to sky to measure light pollution
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New video engages public in cosmic exploration
Kaltenegger details diversity of exoplanets in lecture
Confirming Einstein’s most fortunate thought
Astrophysicists confirm cornerstone of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity
Exploring new ways to see Higgs boson
Zooming in on origins of fast radio bursts
CERN collaborations present new results on particles with charm quarks
Fresh antimatter study by ALICE will help with search for dark matter
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Early disk galaxy puts formation models in a spin
2020 Gruber Cosmology Prize for Volker Springel
ATLAS probes dark matter using Higgs boson
Flight Centre to refund cancellation fees
Future Leaders Fellowship for disruptive materials research
Searching for matter-antimatter asymmetry in Higgs boson-top quark interaction
New findings suggest laws of nature not as constant as previously thought
New findings reveal universe is weirder than we thought
Hungry galaxies grow fat on flesh of their neighbours
Hungry galaxies grow fat on flesh of their neighbours
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Far stars firmly in sight thanks to telescope teamwork
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