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"One of our most versatile and gripping science writers." John Carey

"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).

"Getting oneself together", Nature 379, 25 (1996).

"The shapes of things to come", Nature 371, 202 (1994).

"Polymers made to measure", Nature 367, 323 (1994).

"Gourmet macromolecules", Nature 377, 101 (1995).

"Towards the synthetic dragonfly", Nature 375, 101 (1995).

"New horizons in inner space", Nature 361, 297 (1993).

"Science at an atomic scale" [with Laura Garwin], Nature 355, 761 (1992).

"When size does matter", Nature 349, 101 (1991).

"A vanishing interface", Nature 353, 213 (1991).

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