Philip Ball – Page 10

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-07-26T11:08:00Z

    Philip Ball gets in a twist about DNA

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-06-29T12:51:03Z

    Philip Ball ponders life and how to make it

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-05-24T12:37:21Z

    Philip Ball discusses Europe's efforts to communicate innovations in nanotechnology to a wide audience

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-04-27T09:20:12Z

    Philip Ball reflects on the long-running debate about how colloids stick together

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-03-28T11:39:14Z

    Copper doorknobs could be the latest - and oldest - way to beat the bugs, says Philip Ball

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-02-28T15:15:29Z

    Understanding why nature's materials are so smart could be the first step to educating our own dumb polymers, argues Philip Ball

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2007-01-29T11:37:36Z

    Philip Ball uncovers how life shepherds protons around the cell with breathtaking ingenuity

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2006-12-20T11:00:55Z

    How did the leopard get its spots? Recent research supports an idea first suggested by legendary code-breaker Alan Turing, says Philip Ball

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2006-11-28T09:27:25Z

    Chemistry has always been the most secretive of sciences, argues Philip Ball

  • Opinion

    Opinion: The crucible

    2006-10-30T11:02:15Z

    In the first of his regular columns throwing diverse aspects of science into the melting pot, Philip Ball looks at an emerging problem with proteins