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Music and science: a harmonious or discordant duo?

The fascinating things, and the limits, of what science can tell us about music

How politicians misuse and mangle science

Exploring the issues behind Dave Levitan’s timely new book Not a Scientist

Bees and their magnetic superpower

How bees use internal compasses to find their way

Exploring the worlds of TRAPPIST-1

What we know so far about the recently discovered Earth-like planets

Tracking neutrinos in virtual reality

VR app lets you explore the inner workings of the MicroBooNE neutrino detector

Nuclear diamonds: the ultimate long-life battery?

Potential power supply for deep-space missions

Book of the Year 2016

Physics World book experts Tushna Commissariat and Margaret Harris discuss a few of the best popular-physics books of 2016 and announce the winner of the magazine’s annual book award

Doing physics by ear

Hear what it's like to do particle physics without sight

Recipe for success with topological materials

Hamish Johnston visits Beijing on a hunt for the elusive Weyl fermions

Still not even wrong

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