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"Living by numbers", Cosmos, issue 7 (2005) p.32.

"Going with the flow" The Guardian, 9 September 2004, Life supplement. www.guardian.co.uk

"What is life? Can we make it?" Prospect, August 2004

"A touch of Frankenstein" The Guardian, 29 July 2004, Life supplement. www.guardian.co.uk/life/

"Honey, I shrank the motor" The Guardian, 10 June 2004, Life supplement, p.6. https://www.guardian.co.uk/

"The Physics of Everyday Life" Los Angeles Times, 23 May 2004, p.M5.

"Fast track" New Scientist, 3 April 2004, p.26.

"Die Physik der Gesellschaft" Die Zeit 18 March 2004, p.22.

"Futurology gets a little more exact" The Guardian 29 January 2004, Life supplement p.11. www.guardian.co.uk/

"The robot within" New Scientist, 15 March 2003, p.50.

"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.rigb.org

"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.

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