Category Archives: Writing

Review of A Map of the Invisible by Marcus Chown in Times Higher Education

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After a summer of excitement, we’re left with the status quo. And maybe that’s no bad thing

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Light and Dark Matter in Durham

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Clockwise to Titan

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Has physics cried wolf too often, or do false alarms help build understanding?

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Dark Matter: An Axion to grind?

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Life and Physics in Pictures No. 3

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A Selfish turn around CERN

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A follow up on research impact and the REF

Anyone connected with UK academia, who follows news about it, or indeed who has met a UK academic socially over the last couple of years, will probably have heard about the Research Excellence Framework (REF). All UK universities had their … Continue reading

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Typo Terror

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