My first cover feature article has now gone online on the New Scientist website. It’s about exploring how quantum behaviours – like entanglement of particles – might be affected by the space-warping effects of relativity. Writing it was really interesting, but quite tricky as the subject matter roved from the practicalities of quantum communication networks and designing satellites, to the abstractions of quantum field theory. I met lots of scientists, some already known to me and mostly over the phone, many of whom didn’t get a mention in the final edit unfortunately. So here are some names of those who spent time answering my many questions but aren’t included due to space restrictions: Lee Smolin, Matt Leifer, Sabine Hossenfelder, Dirk Englund, Brendon Higgins. Thanks so much for your help.