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This issue of Catalyst includes the following articles:
Many mammal species can dive to great depths. This article explores how their bodies are adapted to cope with the great pressures involved....
Science on the Western Front
Archaeologists are using many aspects of science to identify the remains of soldiers who were killed in the First World War....
Articles in this issue of Catalyst include:
This article considers the scientific likelihood of the sudden onset of an ice age.
Hair can be cut and sculpted into the latest fashionable shapes and can hold fast to all the colours of the rainbow. This article explores how hair...
This issue of Catalyst contains the following articles:
The World of Parasitic Plants
This article looks at types of parasitic plants and how they derive their nutrients from the root systems of other plants....
This article looks at criminal poisoning and shows how forensic science is used to solve serious murder cases.
Speak to Me, Lichen
In this article, students at La Sainte Union Catholic School in North London investigate the link between lichen species and air...
Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies or Weetabix
This article looks at how scientists can use material recovered from archaeological sites to see how crops have been...
Traffic police use ideas about speed, acceleration and force to determine what happened during road accidents.
Palaeontology Goes Hi-Tech
Scientists use radiation from across the electromagnetic spectrum to learn more about a fossil dinosaur.
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