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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

"Is the clean car coming?" Prospect February 2003, p.50.

"Market makers", Guardian 3 October 2002, G2, p.10.

"Never say die", New Scientist 3 August 2002, p.28.

"Sculpted sound", New Scientist, 23 March 2002, p.32.

"Seeing red· and yellow· and green· and·", Natural History 3/02, p.64 (2002).

"Smart stuff", booklet to accompany the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2002. Available from the RI: www.ri.ac.uk

"The making of Cézanne's palette", Helix 2 (2001), p.34.

"The birth of the blues", The Times (supplement), 19 November 2001, p.10.

"Gassing with the gods", New Scientist 1 September 2001, p.40.

"The next generation of optical fibers", Technology Review, May 2001.

"In the beginning", Optimus April 2001, p.20.

"More Than Meets The Eye", exhibition programme for the V&A Museum, September 2000.

"Briefing on climate change", Prospect, February 2000.

"Jams tomorrow", New Scientist, 15 January 2000, p.34.

"Book early for New Year's Eve 2999", New Statesman, 20 December 1999, p.42.

"Running on empty", Financial Times Weekend, 2-3 October 1999.

"Pure nonsense", New Scientist, 3 July 1999, p.54.

"Holey light", New Scientist, 12 June 1999, p.36.

"The Self-Made Tapestry", World Review 3(2), p.10.

"Sun traps", New Scientist, 23 January 1999, p.38.

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