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January 29, 2024 Cover

Volume 102, Issue 3

New research at the edge of the nuclear landscape is illuminating the most powerful force in the universe and teaching scientists how elements are forged in stars

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Quote of the Week

“Nature can always surprise you. You have to be diligent and keep an open mind.”

Miguel Madurga, nuclear physicist, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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