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"Labelling Ball a science writer sells his writing short, for its value lies above all in a range that dissolves the awkward silences between science and the larger culture of which it is part." Marek Kohn - The Independent

"Science in culture: Dramatizing science", Nature 411, 24 (2001).

"Life's lessons in design", Nature 409, 413 (2001).

"Let there be light", Nature 409, 974 (2001).

"Molecular movers and shakers", Nature 408, 904 (2000).

"Science in the galleries", V&A Conservation Journal 36, 7 (2000).

"A leap of faith", Nature 407, 949 (2000).

"Science in culture: Colouring it true", Nature 407, 946 (2000).

"When priorities collide", Nature 408, 903 (2000).

"Science in culture: Mannerists' monsters", Nature 407, 20 (2000).

"Science in culture: Nature's microscopic art forms", Nature 407, 676 (2000).

"Chemistry meets computing", Nature, 406, 118 (2000).

"Science in motion", Nature, 406, 244 (2000).

"Meet the spin doctors", Nature, 404, 918 (2000).

"The material world", Chemistry in Britain Millenium Supplement, January 2000, p.2.

"Limits to growth", Nature 395, 745-748 (1998).

"Off and on reflection", Nature 391, 232-233 (1998).

"Popularizing materials", Journal of Materials Education 20, Vol. 20 (1998).

"The perfect nanotube", Nature 382, 207-208 (1996).

"Crystals by design", Nature 381, 648-649 (1996).

"Diamond films put on display", Nature 381, 116 (1996).

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"All set for chemistry", Chemistry World June 2015, p46-49.
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P. Ball & J. E. Hallsworth, "Water structure and chaotropicity: their uses and abuses", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17, 8297-8305 (2015).
Available here.