New Scientist

Bionic brain chips could overcome paralysis
New Scientist, 1 September 2009
A face in the crowd
New Scientist, 15 August 1998
Into the third dimension
New Scientist, 19 July 1997
X-rays cut chips down to size
New Scientist, 5 October 1996
Boards make smarter connections
New Scientist, 14 September 1996
It’s just got to fit in there somehow
New Scientist, 27 July 1996
Deformed legs keep tiny robots in step
New Scientist, 15 June 1996
Trick of the light fools forgers
New scientist, 24 February 1996
Groovy colour for tiny screens
New Scientist, 13 January 1996
Plasma holograms pack in the memories
New Scientist, 11 March 1995
Computer mimic is up to speed 
New Scientist, 14 January 1995
The trillion-bit cube
New Scientist, 13 August 1994
Electrons make light work for cable libraries
New Scientist, 12 February 1994
Robot cleaners spit and polish as they go
New Scientist, 27 November 1993
Holograms add third dimension to body scans
New Scientist, 8 August 1992
Robotic ‘insect’ takes first step on rocky road to Mars
New Scientist, 9 May 1992
Holography museum runs out of steam
New Scientist, 2 May 1992
Transforming the prospects for robot vision
New Scientist, 22 February 1992
Star Trek: The nerd’s charter
New Scientist, 21/28 December 1991
Hologram conjures up a crystal’s structure
New Scientist, 19 October 1991
Cheap hologram printer steps into focus
New Scientist, 12 October 1991
Surgeons slice virtual leg
New Scientist, 6 July 1991
A distorted route to the perfect beam
New Scientist, 13 April 1991
Let them eat holograms
New Scientist, 13 April 1991
Dinosaurs diet of stones shows up in a new light
New Scientist, 6 April 1991
Holography and the art of drying cement
New Scientist, 15 December 1990
Many holograms multiply data storage 
New Scientist, 10 November 1990
Architechts plans transformed into holograms
New Scientist, 19 May 1990
Holography looks into the human body
New Scientist, 28 April 1990
Cartoon time for holograms
New Scientist, 21 April 1990
Where were you the day they made the hologram?
New Scientist, 19 August 1989
Pinhole hologram holds hope for computing
New Scientist, 4 February 1989
Lasers out-think the smart credit cards
New Scientist, 29 October 1988
Bard’s hologram checks the colour of money
New Scientist, 8 September 1988
Lasers combine to bring new life to holograms
New Scientist, 25 August 1988
Holography captures living tissue
New Scientist, 11 August 1988