Working with science
A collection of Catalyst articles about working with science.
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A collection of Catalyst articles about experimentation. Experimentation lies at the heart of science, from astronomers to forensic scientists, measurements, data recording and interpreting results provide the basis for their work .
A collection of Catalyst articles about scientific theories. Theory often comes before experimentation with scientists first devising and then testing theories. These articles explore scientific theories from the 17th century to Einstein's revolution in physics .
A collection of Catalyst articles about the scientific community. Collaboration is vital in scientific developments. Investigate the work done by groups of scientists and how careers in science can build on the work of others .
A collection of Catalyst articles about communicating science. Scientists and their developments are often presented and judged by their peers as well as the public. Explore the impact this judgement can have on science.
A collection of Catalyst articles about the impact of science and technology. From X-rays to nuclear power, many scientific developments have risks as well as benefits. Explore scientific developments in terms of ethics, the environment and regulations
|Tags||working with science, experimentation, scientific theories, the scientific community, communicating science, the impact of science and technology|
|Last updated||13 July 2016|