Click below to read some of my New Scientist features related to advances in Physics
(The text is displayed using Scribd; if you use Scribd's fullscreen feature, and then exit it, some browsers don't seem to display the page correctly. A simple refresh fixes the mess-up)
In Susy We Trust: What the Large Hadron Collider is really after
The Light That Came Late: Have some gamma-ray telescopes spied the structure of spacetime?
Planck: The Future of Probing the Past (An overview of ESA's Planck satellite mission)
Somewhere Over The Cosmos: If our universe is just one of zillions, what does the rest of the multiverse look like?
Dark Forces At Work: Are we hidden in a shadowy world of dark matter and hidden forces?
How The Universe Turned Out This Way: Slammed for their failure to explain how our particular universe came to exist, string theorists are fighting back