Readership: Readers of popular science and general readers interested in the science of particle physics, and anyone wanting to find out the truth behind the science fiction stories about antimatter.
Frank Close, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Oxford University, and Fellow in Physics, Exeter College, Oxford
"To miss out on books like this is to miss out on a grasp of the astounding nature of the universe," - Nicholas Lezard, The Guardian
"This compact book is a wonderful source of information on antimatter and offers us a meticulously researched account of the nature, properties and applications of the often overlooked entities in the fantastic antiworld around us." - Chemistry World
1: Antimatter: fact or fiction?
2: The material world
3: Tablets of stone
4: A cosmic discovery
6: Storing antimatter
7: The mirror universe
8: Why is there anything at all
Appendix: The Cost of Antimatter
Appendix: 'The Dirac Code'