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In depth: June 2004

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Quarks, diquarks and pentaquarks

How well do we really understand the strong nuclear force?

Climate change: complexity in action

The "integrated assessment" approach to climate change combines science, politics and economics

Software challenges and solutions

What do physicists want from software?

Opinion

Models within models

Climate change and QCD

Emilie du Châtelet: the genius without a beard

Newton's little known French champion

Reviews

Spoon-benders: the secret's out

How to deal with pseudoscience

How Cambridge grew mathematically

A not-so-brief history of mathematical physics at Cambridge