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A single light of science

An introduction to the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015)

Learn the art of quantum kung fu

Felix Flicker demonstrates the scientific way to get out of an armlock

The journey of innovation

Exploring the process of taking ideas from the lab to the marketplace

When does mathematics become a commercial product?

Peter Maasse describes the process of commercializing research

Have you ever been lost in Hilbert space?

David Colton provides a basic description of this abstract concept

How does medical ultrasound imaging work?

Mathias Fink explains how doctors and dolphins use the same technology

A better way to detect landmines

Sir Bobby Charlton and his scientist teammates are seeking to improve landmine detection

What is a Fourier transform?

Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb deconstructs this mathematical concept

In search of gravitational waves

Using pulsar signals to search for these elusive waves

How can geophysicists ‘see’ inside the Earth?

William Symes explains how we can identify structures from their echoes