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11 September 2014
Philip Ball considers Chinese works of art that comment on environmental and chemical issues
3 September 2014
Philip Ball wonders whether life evolved to exploit quantum phenomena, or if it’s just in our nature
28 July 2014
A simple droplet shows that there are still plenty of puzzles to ponder in everyday observations, says Philip Ball
26 June 2014
Philip Ball covers the chemical history of Penguin’s inexpensive educational books
22 May 2014
A brouhaha in biology shows that uncovering what we don’t know is more important than arguments about what we do, says Philip Ball
17 April 2014
Do larger research groups mean mentorship and ethics will inevitably suffer?
21 March 2014
Philip Ball muses on the many meanings of openness in science
25 February 2014
Philip Ball explains how creative chemists are teaching molecules some new tricks
20 January 2014
Philip Ball is surprised to discover just how sensitive we are about our feelings
8 January 2014
Subatomic sorties have uncovered strange new species, says Philip Ball. Should we give these alien atoms a place at the table?
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