This issue of Catalyst includes the following articles:
This article investigates whether adding iron to the oceans could reduce global warming.
The article looks at sunspots and what they can reveal about the nature and activity of the Sun.
The use of bacteria to convert waste biological materials to useful fuels is the main subject of this article.
Bacterial colonies produce antibiotics; this article explores how the growth of bacterial colonies depends on the medium they grow on.
An investigation into how regular exercise improves cardiovascular and respiratory health, as well as general well-being. But what effects does exercise have on bones, and why is this so important?
This article describes how computer games make increasingly sophisticated use of the laws of physics to produce convincing on-screen effects.
The article shows how to make an elastic band starting from Copydex, a source of rubber latex.
The great variety of biology-related courses in universities is the main focus of this article.