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Mit tudunk az éghajlatról? Az ember által okozott, globális felmelegedést okozó hatások vizsgálata

A két cikk közül a másodikban Rasmus Benestad a Norvégiai Meteorológiai Intézet ( Norwegian Meteorological Institute) klíma-kutatója azokat a bizonyítékokat vizsgálja, amelyek igazolják, hogy az emberi tevékenység hozzájárul a klímaváltozáshoz.

Welkom bij het elfde nummer van Science in School

Bent u nieuwsgierig naar hoe het leven er over honderd jaar uit zal zien? Of had u altijd al in het oude Egypte willen wonen? Volgens Jim Al-Khalili zou het op een dag mogelijk kunnen zijn – zou het echt kunnen? Is tijdreizen echte wetenschap of science fiction? Lees er meer over in het feature story van dit nummer.

Międzynarodowa Stacja Kosmiczna: przyczółek w kosmosie

W pierwszym z dwóch artykułów Shamim Hartevelt-Velani i Carl Walker pracownicy Europejskiej Agencji Kosmicznej, zabierają nas na wycieczkę do Międzynarodowej Stacji Kosmicznej.

Cornelius Gross: dalla scuola al laboratorio

Molti dei giovani scienziati che si occupano di ricerca sono da sempre stati solo questo,scienziati. Ma Vienna Leigh ci racconta di come uno dei capi gruppo al Laboratorio Europeo di Biologia Molecolare abbia iniziato la sua carriera da insegnante e di come la sua ricerca scientifica ne abbia poi beneficiato.

Fishing for genes: DNA microarrays in the classroom

Anastasios Koutsos, Alexandra Manaia, and Julia Willingale-Theune bring a sophisticated molecular biology technique into the classroom.

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By the Institution of Chemical Engineers, UK

Reviewed by Tim Harrison, Bristol, UK

Science on Stage: recent activities

Sonia Furtado and Marlene Rau report on the news from the national Science on Stage representatives.

Radioactivity in the classroom

Luis Peralta, professor at the University of Lisbon’s physics department, and Carmen Oliveira, physics and chemistry teacher at Casquilhos High School in Barreiro near Lisbon, describe the ‘Environmental radiation’ project, in which students become actively and enthusiastically involved in science through easy and inexpensive experiments that highlight the thrilling world of invisible particles.

Microwave experiments at school


Halina Stanley introduces a number of spectacular classroom experiments using microwaves.

New approaches to old systems: interview with Leroy Hood

Leroy Hood talks to Marlene Rau, Anna-Lynn Wegener and Sonia Furtado about his long-standing commitment to innovative science teaching, and how he came to be known as the father of systems biology.

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