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Why are gamma-ray bursts so extremely interesting?

Carole Mundell explains why astronomers think gamma-ray bursts are quite possibly the most extreme objects in the universe

What can we learn by listening to the ocean?

From marine earthquakes to dolphins chattering, the ocean rings with noises

How do you produce laser light with bespoke colours?

It's a bit like kicking a football in a valley

How do you produce a single photon?

A source of photons is a very convenient tool for physicists

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