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Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, The weakest link - US government gets shaming F grade for cyber security, NEW SCI, 172(2319), 2001, pp. 11-11

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Chef's special - Fresh fish will top astronauts' menu, thanks to an on-board biosphere, NEW SCI, 172(2319), 2001, pp. 20-20

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Wake-up call - The aviation industry will have to square up to an invisible threat, NEW SCI, 172(2318), 2001, pp. 13-13

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, When time stands still, NEW SCI, 172(2317), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Don't stop moving - Silicon DJs are evolving tracks that will keep dancersin the groove, NEW SCI, 172(2317), 2001, pp. 25-25

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Distance no object for the average brain, NEW SCI, 172(2316), 2001, pp. 13-13

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, It's time for Africa to clean up its petrol, NEW SCI, 172(2313), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Hold the front flake - A sprinkling of liquid crystals adds a colourful twist to e-paper, NEW SCI, 172(2313), 2001, pp. 24-24

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Robot wars - Armed and airborne automatons could change the face of war, NEW SCI, 172(2312), 2001, pp. 4-5

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Flat packs are go - Superconducting cables could help spacecraft spring into shape, NEW SCI, 172(2312), 2001, pp. 20-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Carry on regardless - Robot explorers learn to keep their nerve in the face of adversity, NEW SCI, 172(2311), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Monsters on the move - Herds of wind turbines will soon be crawling out tosea, NEW SCI, 171(2310), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Gotta new motor? Bill Gates is moving into the motor trade - but Ford and Chrysler can rest easy, NEW SCI, 171(2308), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Motluk, A Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: A. Motluk et D. Graham-rowe, What the future holds - Worried about losing your mind? Soon you'll know if it's going to happen, NEW SCI, 171(2307), 2001, pp. 4-4

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Destination space - Tomorrow's satellites could hitch a ride in the belly of an aircraft, NEW SCI, 171(2307), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Signature tune - The rhythm of your heart tells the world who you are, NEW SCI, 171(2306), 2001, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D Fox, B
Citation: D. Graham-rowe et B. Fox, Digitally remastering old films will save classic movies from oblivion, NEW SCI, 171(2305), 2001, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Sick as a parrot - Robot managers face reprogramming after humiliating cupdefeat, NEW SCI, 171(2304), 2001, pp. 22-22

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Hold on, I'm just going to phone my translator, NEW SCI, 171(2304), 2001, pp. 22-22

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Honeypot for hackers, NEW SCI, 171(2303), 2001, pp. 15-15

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Look who's talking, NEW SCI, 171(2303), 2001, pp. 34-37

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Sound 'em out - Intrusive breast biopsies could become a thing of the past, NEW SCI, 171(2302), 2001, pp. 20-20

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Podium panic - Sweaty palms, racing pulse, dry mouth and that's just for starters, NEW SCI, 171(2300), 2001, pp. 26-26

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D Bowden, C
Citation: D. Graham-rowe et C. Bowden, The key to freedom, NEW SCI, 171(2300), 2001, pp. 44-47

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Masters of disguise - The hackers are back with code that looks different every time, NEW SCI, 171(2299), 2001, pp. 7-7
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