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1 October 2013
Philip Ball reflects on a century of progress in the science of structure
13 August 2013
It’s time to take action on the passive voice, says Philip Ball
10 July 2013
Philip Ball asks why a spectacular claim seems to have been overlooked. Sometimes science doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to
5 July 2013
Philip Ball unpacks the instructions for a new periodic table
13 May 2013
Philip Ball discusses the contentious issue of C2 bonding. Dare we draw four lines?
29 April 2013
The path to quantum mechanics becomes smoother if you take a different route, says Philip Ball
15 March 2013
Philip Ball discusses spiritualism, science and a most unusual book
11 February 2013
Philip Ball says we should look beyond the molecules that make us to find the spark of life
29 January 2013
Philip Ball evaluates the market in second-hand labware
9 January 2013
Chemists should learn from the past, says Philip Ball, but they may need a history lesson first
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