Welcome to issue 35 of

Catalyst

Aimed at young people and teachers, we are proud to bring you cutting edge STEM research that sparks teaching, learning and debate.

Research insights and developments, pitched at 14-19 year old students, written by leading academics. Catalyst is published 3 times a year with teacher’s notes, to help bring the articles alive in the classroom. Subscribe today »

This edition features articles on: the Tactile Universe, from waste biomass to valuable products, how to use a quantum computer, the science ‘eyes’ of the Rosalind Franklin Rover and Improving natural antioxidants for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, we also hear from Dr Anna Hogg who has been monitoring Antarctica from space. We hope you enjoy.

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