Available to download:
- Art-science-democracy For a catalogue of sculpture by Elizabeth Turk
- The culture of science divided against itself For Brick 88
- The other Einstein, The New York Review of Books, Volume 54, Number 10 June 14, 2007.
- The crisis in fundamental physics, Update, Magazine of the New York Academy of Sciences, January/February 2006.
Other recent essays:
- Democracy, science and the universities New Scientist, March 2, 2002. no.2332 pp 41 to 43
- Atoms of space and time,, [Sci. Am. 290N1, 56 (2004)],
- Unravelling space and time, review of Brian Greene’s “The Fabric of the Cosmos”, American Scientist, July-August 2004, p 371-3.
- Einstein’s lonely path, Discover, August 2004.
- A strange beautiful girl in a car, invited contribution in Curious Minds: How a Child Becomes a Scientist, edited by John Brockman, Pantheon Books, New York, 2004.
- In Search of Einstein, invited contribution to My Einstein, edited by John Brockman.
- Why No ’New Einstein’?” Physics Today, June 2005, page 56
- Review: The Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe, Physics Today, February 2006/li>
- Darwinism All the Way Down, contribution to Intelligent Thought, edited by John Brockman
- “The Culture of Science Divided Against Itself”, Brick Magazine, Issue 88, 2012.
- “Thinking in Time Versus Thinking Outside of Time”, in This Will Make You Smarter, ed John Brockman, Harper Perennial, 2012.
- Embracing Nature’s Imperfection, review of A Tear at the Edge of Creation by Marcelo Gleiser. American Scientist, November-December 2010
- No eternal truths, just divine advancements: review of The Self-Awakened by Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Times Higher Education Supplement, 31 August 2007
- With string, science has tied itself in knots, Times Higher Education Supplement, August 10, 2007.