I am the general-physics editor of Physics World. I did a PhD in condensed-matter physics at McMaster University in Canada. I am still fascinated by what is an extremely rich and varied subject that I believe is ignored by the media (Physics World excepted, of course). As a result, I’m happiest when I’m blogging about topological insulators, the latest quasiparticle or some other quirk of condensed matter. So, if you spot something weird and wonderful in solid-state physics, please get in touch. In my spare time I am a Scout leader.
Oscillating liquid could be used as a timer or actuator
Horizontal launch facility in Cornwall also gets a boost
Excerpts from the Red Folder
Multimessenger observations may have solved longstanding cosmic-ray mystery
Breakdown of superposition principle could influence precision astronomy experiments
Canadian physicist is honoured for his “world-leading contributions” to attosecond science
Spins in Bose-Einstein condensate oscillate in unison