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Robert P Crease talks to the founder of a website devoted to literature about laboratories
Robert P Crease reflects on a decade and a half of the Physics World Critical Point column
Chris Lintott discusses the evolving nature of citizen science
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University of Reading physicist's claims rejected by journal publisher