Europe Science Programs Fall Victim To Austerity Cuts

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MEYRIN, Switzerland -- Using a machine kept colder than space, scientists at the world's most ambitious international research facility are puzzling out the questions of the universe, working to re-create the cosmic soup served up by the Big Bang. But the famous institute is also facing a far more earthly conundrum: how to pay the bills.

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