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Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Drive on - Sometimes you do the planet more harm than good when you buy that efficient, modern car, NEW SCI, 165(2225), 2000, pp. 21-21

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Soft landing - Can a hot-headed shuttlecock make space flight cheaper?, NEW SCI, 165(2224), 2000, pp. 6-6

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Supremacists hijack Martin Luther King, NEW SCI, 165(2224), 2000, pp. 11-11

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Every second counts - If you want to save avalanche victims, don't follow the leader, NEW SCI, 165(2223), 2000, pp. 9-9

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Model workers - Armies of brainless robots will make the perfect labourers, NEW SCI, 165(2223), 2000, pp. 14-14

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Is Jerry the first of the truly wired humans?, NEW SCI, 165(2222), 2000, pp. 6-6

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, An unhealthy glow - A cream that lights up tumours may make screening for skin cancer practical, NEW SCI, 165(2222), 2000, pp. 6-6

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Dead giveaway - Why randomness is helping hackers crack secure sites, NEW SCI, 165(2221), 2000, pp. 10-10

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Just argue it out - Computer conflicts needn't lead to disaster, NEW SCI, 165(2221), 2000, pp. 11-11

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D Hadfield, P
Citation: D. Graham-rowe et P. Hadfield, The bug didn't bite - Days into the third millennium, those visions of apocalypse seem overblown, NEW SCI, 165(2220), 2000, pp. 4-4

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Watching Gaia from above, NEW SCI, 164(2218), 1999, pp. 7-7

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Ready, steady, go - Old people walk tall with talking Zimmers, NEW SCI, 164(2218), 1999, pp. 13-13

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Europe's X-ray telescope is riding high, NEW SCI, 164(2217), 1999, pp. 12-12

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Mini motivators - Bionic nerves are battling muscle wasting after a stroke, NEW SCI, 164(2216), 1999, pp. 5-5

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Rollersnake - Realistic robots are wriggling off the drawing board, NEW SCI, 164(2215), 1999, pp. 9-9

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Tripped up - Watch how you walk, you may incriminate yourself, NEW SCI, 164(2215), 1999, pp. 18-18

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Chips are down, NEW SCI, 164(2215), 1999, pp. 22-22

Authors: Copley, J Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: J. Copley et D. Graham-rowe, The Cold War resurfaces - Why biologists studying plankton stand accused of giving away Ukraine's state secrets, NEW SCI, 164(2213), 1999, pp. 4-4

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Taking the guilt out of rock-and-roll, NEW SCI, 164(2213), 1999, pp. 23-23

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, A signal improvement - Walking may be ambitious, but a neural amplifier could restore movement to many paraplegics, NEW SCI, 164(2212), 1999, pp. 4-4

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, The road ahead, NEW SCI, 164(2212), 1999, pp. 14-14

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Sticking point, NEW SCI, 164(2212), 1999, pp. 23-23

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Leave your mark - A single fingerprint can make lockers secure, NEW SCI, 164(2212), 1999, pp. 23-23

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, Blind faith - Are pilots lulled into a false sense of security by reassuring computer prompts?, NEW SCI, 164(2211), 1999, pp. 4-4

Authors: Graham-Rowe, D
Citation: D. Graham-rowe, A free lunch for Britain's surfers, NEW SCI, 164(2211), 1999, pp. 16-16
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