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Stories by Graham P. Collins

7 Radical Energy Solutions

The failure rate may be 90 percent, but if any of these exotic technologies succeeds, it could significantly improve energy security and efficiency

May 16, 2011 — THE EDITORS, Graham P. Collins, David Biello, Bijal P. Trivedi, JR Minkel, Steven Ashley, Charles Q. Choi and Michael Lemonick

Origins: The Start of Everything

Where do rainbows come from? What about flying cars, love and LSD?

August 17, 2009 — Davide Castelvecchi, Graham P. Collins, Bruce Grierson, Mara Hvistendahl, Jonathon Keats, Michael Moyer, George Musser, Christie Nicholson, Ricki Rusting, Jessica Snyder Sachs, Christine Soares, Gary Stix, Kate Wong, Melinda Wenner and Philip Yam

An Iron Key to High-Temperature Superconductivity?

The discovery that compounds known as iron pnictides can superconduct at 50 degrees above absolute zero has reignited physicists' quest for better high-temperature superconductors, and may offer clues to unlocking a 20-year mystery

August 5, 2009 — Graham P. Collins

Sir Arthur C. Clarke, 1917–2008

He wore pajamas and a bathrobe, and a swollen bare foot was propped up on an ottoman. That was the figure cut by the revered science-fiction author Arthur C.

March 20, 2008 — Graham P. Collins

Wipeout?

A hyped theory of everything sinks from sight

March 17, 2008 — Graham P. Collins

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