In the April 29 SN: Proton puzzles, venomous swimmers, seeking early signs of autism, maximum entanglement, cephalopod intelligence insights, glass frog mothering techniques, Einstein on TV, touchy tyrannosaurs, seeing cells in 3-D and more.
WEIRD DECAYS Something funny may be going on in certain particle decays measured in the LHCb experiment in Geneva (above). A new measurement has now added to scientists’ suspicions.
PROTON PUZZLES Hidden secrets of the humble particle could have physicists rethinking some standard notions about matter and the universe.
NO NEW NEUTRINO Scientists with the Daya Bay experiment in China, shown above, have determined that a shortage of neutrinos from nuclear reactors is probably due to a miscalculation, not a new type of neutrino.