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10.12.09 | 2 Comments

I know we’re a third of the way through October already, but things have been busy! Without further ado, here’s what I did for New Scientist last month:

Smart Homes (500 words)

Twisted Molecules (350 words)

Pass the Carrots (500 words)

Mythbuster’s Challenge video
(30 seconds, accompanies this interview by Peter Aldhous)

Jupiter’s Icy Affair (500 words)

When Opposites Repel (200 words plus 45 second video)

Climate Jim (Shot and edited 5 min video to accompany this piece by Jim Giles. Jim did all the data graphics.)

Rocket Racing Troubles (450 words)

The Moon’s Cold Craters (450 words plus 45 sec video)

Total: 2950 words, 4 videos

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