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- The primordial power spectrum revisited, by Carlos Barcelo

- Light finds a way through the maze, by John Pendry

- The end of the world at the Large Hadron Collider?, by Michael Peskin

- From atoms to molecules (and back), by Simon Cornish

- Pile on the metal, by Dung-Hai Lee

- High-temperature superconductivity in the iron pnictides, by Michael R. Norman

- Ultracold neutral plasmas, by Steven L. Rolston

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