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Stardust memories

Michael Gross, 07/02/2018

In the beginning, there was hydrogen, which made the stars, which produced heavier elements and upon their deaths dispersed them through the Universe.

The art of glassblowing

Matthew Myles, 07/02/2018

What is scientific glassblowing? It’s a simple enough question but for many it’s a mystery that conjures up an image of technicians removing molten globs of glass from a furnace.

The magnificent seven

Dennis Rouvray, 07/02/2018

This book is intriguing in that it makes a virtue of having as its dramatis personae a group of seven now all but forgotten physical scientists who worked in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.