Astrophysicist Janna Levin gives Physics World a tour of Pioneer Works in Red Hook, New York
The coffee-table book of all the winning and shortlisted images in the 2016 Astronomy Photographer of the Year award is a sight to behold, says Tushna Commissariat
Mystified by modernist cuisine? Margaret Harris reviews a book that takes culinary physics "out of the lab and into your kitchen"
Jazz musician and theoretical physicist Stephon Alexander brings a fresh perspective to links between science and music, writes Trevor Cox
The working lives of scientists and musicians are more similar than you might think
A revival of Hapgood, Tom Stoppard's lesser-known "science play", gets Philip Ball thinking about how quantum theory has changed since the 1980s
Can you master this origami snowflake?
Successful year marked by thousands of events held in more than 100 countries worldwide
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
Announcing the shortlist for Physics World's "Book of the Year" award