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"The science of oil drilling goes deep", MRS Bulletin 35, 956-957, December 2010.

"Pauling's primer", Nature 468, 1036 (2010)

"How sunlight became a commodity in Germany", MRS Bulletin Energy Quarterly, September 2010, p.654-655.

"Proteins unravelled", Chemistry World December 2009.

"Quantum objects on show", Nature 462, 416 (2009).

"Feynman's fancy", Chemistry World 58-62 (January 2009). Full article here.

"The physics of sand dunes", Nature 457, 1084 (2009).

"Is technology unnatural?", Nature 450, 614 (November 2007).

"From alchemy to chemistry", Nature 449, 788 (October 2007).

"Botanists' blues", Nature 449, 982 (October 2007).

"The dune chorus", Nature 449, 10 (September 2007).

"Bacteria may be wiring up the soil", Nature 449, 338 (September 2007).

"Social science goes virtual", Nature 448, 647 (August 2007).

"Achievement index climbs the ranks", Nature 448, 737 (August 2007).

"Designs for life", Nature 448, 32 (July 2007).

"Beijing bubbles", Nature 448, 256 (July 2007).

"Diamonds melted inside an onion", Nature 448, 396 (July 2007).

"Feel the force", Nature 447, 772 (June 2007). PDF here.

"Meanings of 'life'", Nature (editorial) 447, 1031 (June 2007).

"The click concept", Chemistry World, April 2007, p.46.

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