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

No spoilers…

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

At the Guardian.

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Neutrinos, antimatter, and science as a holistic detective agency

At the Guardian.

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Light and Dark Matter in Durham

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New quantum technology, and the measurement and definition of time

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Clockwise to Titan

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Heroes, monsters and people: When it comes to moral choices, outstanding physicists are very ordinary

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Inside the Rad Lab

Review of Michael Hiltzik’s Big Science: Ernest Lawrence and the Invention That Launched the Military-Industrial Complex in Nature.

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Dark Matter: An Axion to grind?

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Prepare yourself for the restart

As the preparations for the higher-energy restart of the LHC continue, good to to see this Horizon “Hunt for the Higgs” (with Jim Al-Khalili, Jim Gates, Adam Davison, me, and others) is available again on BBC iPlayer for a while. … Continue reading

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