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Superman's Not Dead

This Catalyst article investigates x-rays. X-rays are used in security scanning and medical diagnosis. Efforts are always being made to reduce the hazard of working with these electromagnetic rays.

The article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2014, Volume 25, Issue 2.

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X-rays Then and Now

In this article from Catalyst, a series of images shows how X-ray technologies have improved over the last century.

The article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2014, Volume 25, Issue 2.

Catalyst is a science magazine for...

space:uk - Spring 2013, Issue 37

This edition of space:UK, from the UK Space Agency, looks at the new developments at Harwell, in Oxfordshire, new spacecraft that will get closer to the Sun than ever before, and how space-borne technology is helping archaeologists. Articles include: *Recent news: Smartphone in space, UK plans for Jupiter, go-ahead...

space:uk - Summer 2013, issue 38

This edition of space:UK, from the UK Space Agency, includes a focus on Clyde space, the satellite company based in Glasgow, the upcoming JUICE mission – and its goal of studying Jupiter’s icy moons, and astronaut Tim Peake’s preparation for his mission to the International Space Station, in 2015. Articles include...

space:uk - Winter 2013, Issue 39

This edition of space:UK, from the UK Space Agency, looks at the Rosetta mission to land on Comet 67P, how Inmarsat satellites provide broadband internet across remote areas of the globe, and a profile of European missions designed to investigate our changing planet. Articles include: *Recent news: including Europe...

space:uk - Autumn 2014, Issue 41

This edition of space:UK, from the UK Space Agency, looks at the possibility of a spaceport in the UK, a report on the increasing market for small satellites in the UK, and meets some of the winners of the Great British Space Dinner Competition. Articles include: *Recent news: Countdown to comet landing, British...

space:uk - Spring 2014, Issue 40

From the UK Space Agency, this issue of space:UK explores the new European mission to Mars, detailing how astronauts prepare for launching into orbit to political and technological discussions with the UK Space Minister. This issue also answers sent-in questions on mining the Moon and the success of the...

STEM Learning Magazine: Post-16 and FE - Spring 2016

Under the banner of Building a successful network, Dr Katherine Forsey and Sue Churm consider how to create a technical network and how to get the most from it, Jenny Phillips explores the challenges FE practitioners face and Ed Walsh explains what the teacher recognition scheme...

Sex and gender

Published by the Wellcome Trust, this issue explores the biological basis of sex differences and the relationship between sex and gender.

An activity encourages debate on the topic of sex selection. The development of new reproductive technologies makes it possible for the...

Epidemics

Published by the Wellcome Trust, the 'Big Picture' explores issues around biology and medicine. How do we stop new diseases emerging or re-emerging infections getting out of hand?

How does this happen in a world of such global economic imbalance, where countries vary greatly in the resources they can put...

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