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"Beyond words: science and visual theatre", Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 27, 169 (2002).

"Chemistry in soft focus", Chemistry in Britain September 2002, p.32.

"Self-assembly", Technology Review November 2001.

"What a tonic", Chemistry in Britain, October 2001, p.26.

"A dose of Paracelsus", Chemistry in Britain, May 2001, p.40.

"Roll up for the revolution", Nature 414, 142 (2001)

"It all falls into place", Nature 413, 667 (2001).

"The positron probe", Nature 412, 764 (2001).

"Tabletop astrophysics", Nature 411, 628 (2001).

"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).

"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).

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