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Print edition: March 2005


Probing the limits of the quantum world

Where does the classical world begin?

Gravitational labs in the sky

Double pulsars put general relativity to the test

Superfluidity in Fermi gases

Learning more about many-body physics

Physics in Action

Nuclear data upset stellar model

The importance of carbon in astrophysics

Electronics goes mechanical

A new way to make switches

Mechanical structures feel the chill

The big freeze


Winters start to warm up

Astronomers find missing baryons

Alcohol makes a splash

News & Analysis

New look for classic experiment

Scientists eye complexity

Physicists face hard times

Ice mission awaits lift-off

Satellite sets sail for Sun

Michio Kaku: Meet the master of the soundbite

Nuclear power's expensive legacy

Institute of Physics appoints new boss

John Ziman 1925-2005

Partnerships prove profitable

New chief for UK research council

Allan Bromley 1926-2005

Physics meets art


Lessons from Beagle

Learning for the future


Tales for taxi-drivers

From snapping shrimps to radar guns

Critical Point

A physicist whose mind thawed


Einstein and physics in the 21st century

Learning physics in a taxicab


Devices that make life modern

The history of semiconductors

Engineering at the forefront of society

From science to innovation

Shelf life: Andre Bormanis

What does a writer and co-producer on Star Trek read?


Get to the core of nuclear power

Once a physicist: Javier Solano

Lateral Thoughts

Alternative views of energy