From the Editor
Search and Discovery
If the tension can’t be attributed to systematic errors, it could be a sign of new cosmological physics.
With its higher-than-expected propensity to capture electrons, neon could drive some stars’ thermonuclear death.
Leaky blood vessels seemed like the perfect conduit to deliver cancer-fighting drugs selectively to tumors. But the reality is starting to look more complicated.
Issues and Events
The Long Island lab prevailed over a rival proposal from the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Virginia.
The country’s catastrophic bushfire season could either be a one-off or a new normal, experts say.