How It Works hits the shops today so don’t delay – get yours now.
The latest edition of How It Works is not to be missed. We really don’t know where to start as there’s so much crammed in this month. As well as our exclusive interview with Professor Brian Cox, we also have hundreds of fine facts to feast on. Here are the highlights: inside the iPad, emergency vehicles, petrol pumps, hydrogen-powered cars, dolphins, quicksand, coral reefs, optical illusions, space-exploring robots, human muscles, smoke alarms, Neptune, Spitzer Space Telescope, dialysis machines, superchargers, Medieval armour, fruit machines, hieroglyphs and much much more.
Our regular explainers from the Science Museum were also on-hand to answer all your crazy questions so do keep ’em coming. The news section features the Hubble Telescope, which celebrates its 20th birthday this Saturday (along with dep ed Helen – except she’s been 20 for nearly a decade), and the new UK Space Agency making its home in Oxford.
Issue 7 is a vintage issue that you’d be foolish to miss out on. How It Works is available in all good newsagents and supermarkets. And if you want to enjoy the magazine on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, simply visit the Apple App Store and search for How It Works, then download it for just £1.79. Check it out today!
Enjoy the issue…