Catalyst Volume 19 Issue 1
This issue of Catalyst includes the following articles:
This article describes how insects are used to provide clues at crime scenes.
This article presents the life and career of Lucie Green, an astronomer and broadcaster.
The many uses of polymers (plastics), both in everyday life and in advanced applications are the main subjects of this article.
The article explains what it means to say that an astronaut is 'weightless'.
This article looks at the work of process chemists who work in the pharmaceutical industry, devising methods of making new drugs.
Five young scientists describe their work in the pharmaceutical industry.
The article explains how the human body is affected by low atmospheric pressure at high altitudes.
The article describes some examples of drugs derived from natural substances.
This Catalyst article describes how the human body is affected by low atmospheric pressure at high altitudes. The article looks at the dangers that await the unwary traveller and explains how, if people understand their bodies, they can avoid the worst problems of life at high altitudes.
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A Catalyst article providing examples of some drugs derived from natural substances. Many drugs which are commonly used today are similar to naturally occurring compounds which have been used for centuries to treat illnesses. Chemists have identified and purified these substances. By determining their molecular...
A Catalyst article looking at how insects are used to provide clues at crime scenes. Forensic entomology is the study of insects and other arthropods in a legal context. It covers many different areas, such as pests in stored food products and insect infestations in human habitations. However, the most high-profile...
A Catalyst article describing Lucie Green's work as an astronomer and broadcaster on the Sky at Night programme. The article looks at her education and research career together with information on her work outside of broadcasting.
This article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2008, Volume 19, Issue...