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How do figure skaters exploit Newtonian physics when they spin?

Walter Lewin explains the science behind spinning ice-skaters

Accelerating science and technology at the Cockcroft Institute

Looking forward to a UK-based free-electron laser

Scanning transmission electron microscopy explained

Join us on a tour of SuperSTEM at the Daresbury Laboratory

NA62 joins the search for new physics at CERN

New experiment looks to rare decay for physics beyond the Standard Model

What are the big unanswered questions in nuclear physics?

Peter Butler on why there is still so much to learn about matter in the universe

How do you make a pear-shaped nucleus?

Peter Butler on why quantum mechanics leads to the existence of novel nuclei

Why is fundamental science important?

John Dainton on why academic freedom benefits society

Building the perfect lens with metamaterials

A theorized "perfect" microscope could have a dramatic impact on nanotechnology and the biosciences

Quantum computing: a revolution in bits

The computers of tomorrow could harness the spooky effects of quantum mechanics

Graphene's potential to provide drinking water

Graphene could be used as a selective filter to remove impurities from water