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Sleepless nights at the synchrotron

A short film about scientists working round the clock at the ESRF

Seeing the past with X-ray vision

Revealing a pioneering technique for looking inside fossils using synchrotron radiation

A bright light in the Alps

Revealing the inner workings of Europe's most powerful synchrotron

Profile of the Institut Laue-Langevin

A short film about why this vintage nuclear reactor is still in vogue

How do aircraft remain in the sky?

Kara Peters on the basic principles of how planes can fly

What is a frequency comb?

Paul Williams provides an accessible introduction to optical frequency combs

How do we see beneath the surface of tissue with light?

Bruce Tromberg describes the techniques for seeing beneath skin

What aerodynamic considerations go into designing a wind turbine?

Fulvio Scarano gives a whirlwind tour of the physics of wind turbines

What is the key to an engaging physics class?

Nicola Bowler gives some tips for delivering inspiring physics lectures

How do we keep aeroplanes healthy?

Nicola Bowler on how physicists can help to diagnose problems in aircraft materials