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Print edition: April 2007


A triangle that matters

Measuring the unitarity triangle

Plasma – a view from space

Results from the cluster mission

Scientist of the century

The tercentenary of Leonhard Euler


Fermilab data hint at Higgs boson

Focusing on graphene

Atomic fingerprinting

Chemical origami

Nanotech coating reflects no light

News & Analysis

Linear collider faces lengthy delay

Going underground

Europe agrees green energy plans

Dorfan quits accelerator lab

Antimatter probe under threat

Mixed fortunes for European missions

US has designs on new warhead

Physicists get new research council

Quantum computing – a commercial reality?

Teacher training goes online

Big labs – a gift to the economy

A fusion of ideas to get more neutrons

French hopefuls make grand pledges


French frustration

Reforming France's science

Government cuts holes in science funds


Should we enroll more female students in physics?

Critical Point

Science bloopers

Mistakes in the media


Striking a balance on climate change

That sinking feeling

An eye for units

How low can you go?


A tale of two Germans

The lives of Gauss and von Humblodt

Rebellious thoughts

The erudite mind of Freeman Dyson

Blog life: Shtetl Optimized

Pondering quantum mechanics

Tricky physics

Gazing into the crystal ball


Making the switch to teaching

Banker took the long way to school

Careers and people

Lateral Thoughts

We are the physics WAGs