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Nature 565, 522, 30 January 2019. Available here.

Chemistry World, 10 January 2019. Available here.

Review of Anil Ananthaswamy's Through Two Doors at Once, Nature 560, 165 (2018). Available here.

Review of Sunil Amrith's Unruly Waters, Nature 564, 186 (2018). Available here.

On quantum noise and the source of randomness in quantum mechanics: from Physics World, September 2018. Available here.

Physics World, July 2018. Available here.

(I wanted the title to be "... of lost time crystals", but it wouldn't fit.)

Editorial (with Siân Ede) for a special issue of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews on art and science, 42, 309-312 (2017). Available here.

A review in the special issue of Interdiscplinary Science Reviews on art and science, 42, 395-398 (2017). Available here.

Editorial (unsigned), Nature Physics 13, 1143 (2017). Available here.

Editorial (unsigned), Nature Materials 16, 963 (2017). Available here.

Chemistry World, August 2017. Available here.

The case of physics in Nazi Germany, Métode 7, 69 (2017). Available here.

Review of an exhibition at the Wiener Library, London, The Lancet 389, 2182 (2017). Available here.

A feature article on quantum causality, Nature 546, 590 (2017). Available here.

Review of Mona Lisa: The People and the Painting by Martin Kemp & Giuseppe Pallanti, Nature 546, 32 (2017). Available here.

Review of Scale by Geoffrey West, Nature 545, 154 (2017). Available here.

Written for the official announcement of the 2017 Abel Prize in mathematics. Available here.

A review of an exhibition by Tomás Saraceno in Buenos Aires, Nature 543, 314 (2017). Available here.

A feature article in Chemistry World, March 2017. Available to subscribers here.

Review of Electricity, an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection, London. The Lancet 389, 999; 2017. Available here.

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