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International Day of Women and Girls in Science Highlight: Lise Meitner

Sahaana Vijay Abstract As of October 2021, there are 441 operational nuclear reactors in roughly 30 nations.[1] These nuclear reactors  generate power through nuclear fission, which earned Otto Hahn, a German chemist, the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1944.[2] While the prize was unshared, Hahn did not discover nuclear fission alone; he and his long-term colleagues, physicist …

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YSJ Issue 18

Contents Editorial by Claire Nicholson Student Team Conference 2015 ReportKostas Pildish and Rose Meddings Science News Bolton The Medicinal Powers of Honey Wisbech Grammar School Through the Silicon Looking Glass The Misbourne School, Buckinghamshire Algae, The Answer to Our, Food, Pharmaceutical and Energy Needs Sir Roger Manwood’s School, Kent The Enigma of Cosmic Rays Bordesley Green Girls’ …

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YSJ Issue 17

Issue 17 – Royal Society Special 2015 Contents Editorial by Ed Vinson, Chief Editor Foreword by Sir Paul Nurse A Future for Green Plastics?from Prior Park College & Paragon Junior School, Bath Car Crash Physics Lockerbie Academy, Dumfries and Galloway Experimenting with Low Tem Plasma Loreto College, Manchester Younger Scientists Journal – Work by Primary Schools A …

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YSJ Issue 16

Young Scientists Journal 2013 | June-December | Issue 14 NEWS Review Articles How can Angiogenesis Inhibitors Be Used to Treat Cancer? Sohail Daniel The Risks and Benefits of Sunligh Shivakshi Ravi Is Nuclear Fusion a Viable Source of Energy? James Pye ChocolateDaniel Chow When Half of our World is Forgotten Sophie Stephens The Real Meaning of …

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