New Scientist

I have contributed a large number of articles to New Scientist magazine, as well as to its website and its popular blogs:

Dance work shows how physics and art Collide@CERN (03/10/2013)

Learning to live off the land – on the moon (20/07/2012)

Hubble witnesses death throes of rare carbon star (10/07/2012)

First female taikonaut: ‘It’s good to stand on Earth’ (29/06/2012)

Is God’s mercy to blame for high crime rates? (22/06/2012)

Lost toad comes back from the dead (19/06/2012)

Wind turbines can cause localised warming (30/04/2012)

Lifting the lid on Schrödinger’s world (04/04/2012)

Nano star fruit could help diagnose cancer (28/03/2012)

Alzheimer’s around the world, through a personal lens (07/03/2012)

Run faster – zombies are chasing you (28/02/2012)

World’s deepest land animal discovered (22/02/2012)

Are you mad to love city living? (21/02/2012)

Martian real estate, windy and cratered but isolated (06/02/2012)

Self-portraits of a declining brain (31/01/2012)

The science of the golden spider-silk cape (26/01/2012)

Myanmar snub-nosed monkey caught on camera (16/01/2012)

Herring galore as tonnes of fish wash up on beach (03/01/2012)

Brand new island rises from Red Sea depths (29/12/2011)

Death-defying comet lights up huge desert telescope (28/12/2011)

UK to make publicly funded research free to read (09/12/2011)

McLaren F1 team goes carbon neutral (08/12/2011)

Health posters show the fine art of persuasion (08/12/2011)

Successful Soyuz launch saves ISS operations (14/11/2011)

Switzerland’s medtech prowess (02/11/2011)

Earthquake hits Himalayas (19/09/2011)

Foamy wakes cool the world, ships don’t (20/08/2011)

Penguins don’t freeze, but they do get very, very cold (19/08/2011)

Brain’s synaptic pruning continues into your 20s (17/08/2011)

Cool technologies for hot subways (10/08/2011)

Multicellular yeast shrug off freeloading mutants  (10/08/2011)

Texas and Antarctica were once linked together (10/08/2011)

The year’s best astronomy photos (09/08/2011)

Mathematical model predicts growth of cancer (06/08/2011)

Oil industry admits liability for Niger delta spills (05/08/2011)

To boldly go where no Lego man has gone before (04/08/2011)

Rare genetic mutation explains lack of fingerprints (04/08/2011)

Can spotting dead polar bears add up to misconduct? (04/08/2011)

Moon-showers give Saturn an aquatic belt (03/08/2011)

Superbugs may be here to stay (29/07/2011)

Baked Alaska: Arctic tundra fires set to increase (28/07/2011)

‘Predict your death’ longevity paper retracted (25/07/2011)

Atlantis has landed: Shuttle programme ends  (21/07/2011)

Male infertility linked to protein invisibility cloak (20/07/2011)

Somalia: How the UN defines a famine (20/07/2011)

The science of St Swithun’s 40-day weather forecast  (19/07/2011)

Large and active: new volcanoes found beneath the sea (19/07/2011)

Space stuff of the future put to the test (18/07/2011)


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