This issue of Catalyst includes the following articles:
This article explains how pigments pass along a food chain through a process called bioamplification.
The article draws on the use of smart materials to help people with dementia live at home.
The article looks at testing implausible scientific claims in product advertising.
Using the ISIS accelerator, which uses neutrons, to study the structures of materials at an atomic level is the main subject of this article.
The article introduces Stephen Kill, a science photographer working in a scientific lab.
The article compares mobile phones and UV sunbeds for non-ionising radiation.
The article draws on the issue of deciding right from wrong in biology.
An experiment with breakfast cereal is the main focus of this article.
This article investigates how it is possible to track a hurricane from space.
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|Subject(s)||Careers, Science, Biology, Earth science, Physics, Working scientifically|
|Published||2000 - 2009|
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