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Why do we need new types of optical fibres?

Next-generation optical fibres could boost medicine and industry

Vidya Deepa: the lamp of knowledge

How portable LED lights are helping students in a rural Indian community

Living in a world without light

A short film exploring the vital role that light plays in regulating the sleep–wake cycle

Amazing science demo five: Double Doppler with Train Set

A simple demonstration of this fundamental physics principle

Amazing science demo four: Ball River Bobsleigh

How to create a racetrack with household items

Amazing science demo three: Talking Sparks

How to make a DIY Victorian radio

Amazing science demo two: Newton's Three Laws Cannon

A cannon created from a plastic pipe and corks is used to demonstrate Newton's three laws of motion

Amazing science demo one: The Vacuum Bazooka

A vacuum cleaner is turned into a bazooka in a demonstration of various physics principles

Reclaiming the stars

An amateur astronomer struggles to find darkness amid the dazzling lights of New York City

Science demonstration: how to bend light using high-street lenses

Neil Downie shows how you can recreate particle accelerators without breaking the bank