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Why is chewing gum sticky?

Richard Dewhurst on why gum is such a pain to remove

Can we see the motion of electrons on the atomic scale?

Amelle Zair on how ultrafast flashes of light are revealing the atomic world

What do plastic bags have in common with metal?

Adrian Sutton explains why metals and plastic bags deform in different but related ways

Is there a difference between climate scepticism and climate denial?

Simon Buckle on the views people take on the science of climate change

Why should we care about climate change?

Simon Buckle tackles the question that cuts straight to the heart of the climate debate

What is M-theory?

Leron Borsten on how M-theory could be the one theory to rule them all

What is quantum gravity?

Leron Borsten explains why general relativity and quantum mechanics are mutually incompatible

What is cosmic inflation?

Andrew Jaffe explains how the universe underwent a flash of enormous growth when it was just fractions of a second old

What can scientists gain from blogging?

Science blogger Andrew Jaffe on what scientists can gain by sharing their insights and enthusiasm

Will the universe go on expanding forever?

Daniel Mortlock gives his informed opinion on the ultimate fate of the universe