Catalyst Volume 26 Issue 4
This issue of Catalyst contains the following articles:
This Catalyst article looks at soil composition and the reasons behind protecting soil from turning into dust. The UN Year of Soils highlighted the many ways in which humans rely on soil for much more than growing crops.
Mendeleev's invention of the Periodic Table of the elements showed how to predict and create further elements, something which scientists are still doing today.
Chemists analyse the tiny traces of substances which form a fingerprint. This allows them to determine drug abuse and as well as the age, gender and diet of an individual.
This Catalyst article looks at the work of scientists who use biochemical and DNA analysis to learn more about how fungi cause dead wood to dec
This Catalyst article includes a recipe on how to make a non-Newtonian fluid which flows in strange and unexpected ways.
This Catalyst article looks at cuttlefish which have a remarkable ability to change their appearance at high speed. But how do they do this?
Human faces contain a wealth of information about the individual - so how do we go about interpreting faces?
Try this: making biscuits involves a chemical decomposition reaction.
Gravitational waves have been observed for the first time, a century after they were first predicted by Albert Einstein.
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