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Still not even wrong

Ten years after his infamous anti-string-theory book, Peter Woit thinks the subject is more tangled than ever

The monk and the multiverse

A journey into the remarkable mind of the 13th-century monk, scholar and proto-cosmologist Robert Grosseteste

Bringing Native American voices back to life

Recordings of songs and speech restored using technology from particle physics

Out of this world cuisine

g-ASTROMOMY merges cosmology with fine dining

Art McDonald explains why neutrinos continue to amaze physicists

First detected 60 years ago, neutrinos provide a window to physics beyond the Standard Model

Physics for all – building a more inclusive discipline

Feedback and reaction to the March 2016 issue of the magazine on diversity in physics

How to succeed at networking in science

Make the most of your next conference with these tips from networking experts

Mary, Queen of Scottish banknotes

The life and legacy of Mary Somerville, who will appear on the new RBS £10

Rocking the status quo in science

The working lives of scientists and musicians are more similar than you might think

Book of the Year 2015

Physics World editor Matin Durrani and reviews editor Margaret Harris discuss some of the year's best popular-physics books and select a winner from a strong shortlist