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In depth: November 2007

Features

The industry of life

Molecular machines and the new thermodynamics

Let the cooling begin at the LHC

CERN will soon be inundated with cryogens by the truckload

Firm claims a 'dry' cryogenics first

Sample and 17 T magnet cooled without liquid helium

Opinion

Blog lines

Science blogs are a welcome phenomenon, but science journalism is still essential

Citizen Science

Robert P Crease examines how non-physicists are taught physics

Making physics profitable

Jonathan Flint talks about his plans to double the size of the UK's Oxford Instruments

Reviews

Exploring the multiverse

Is our universe all there is?

Blog life: Soft Machines

Richard Jones on nanotechnology

Fly me to the Moon

The men who made the world look up

The "age of mastery" has begun

Michio Kaku shares his visions of the future in a new television series