You can download the EasyScience four-page supplements here:
November 2010 p1
November 2010 p2
How we see colour
All about renewable energy and fuel cells
September 2010 p1
September 2010 p2&3
September 2010 p4
How nanoparticles can kill the dudes that make your feet stink!
Sibo gets her brain cells around hydrogen fuel cells
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Read about the boy who found a 1,9 million year old fossil.
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Learn more about the science of sport.
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Sibo visits SALT - the Southern African Large Telescope.
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Nanotechnology - learn about invisible aeroplanes, smart windows, easy electricity and more.
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Scientists use bugs and plants to clean up the ground; experiment with the colour of flowers.
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Find out why beans are such cool veggies.
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Biofuels - a renewable source of energy.
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Stretch your brain cells with a crossword puzzle, brain teasers and experiments.
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SumbandilaSAT - our own satellite leading the way.
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DNA profiling - helping scientists to diagnose diseases and the police to catch criminals.
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Up close to a coelacanth, a "living fossil".
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Silent intruders ... the plot thickens.
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Invasive alien plants and animals - the silent intruders.
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Research in Antarctica.
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Nanotechnology; make your own buckyball.
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Biodiversity - the variety of life; careers related to biodiversity.
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Make your own weather instruments and forecast the weather.
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Science and water 2; careers in water research.
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Science and water; watch the partial solar eclipse.
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Megacities - dreams or nightmares? Make a super strong dome.
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Taking a look at the blue planet. Earth observation from space.
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Radio astronomy and how radio telescopes work.
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Dinosaurs and fossil hunters.
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Bright ideas and activities about electricity.
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Turmeric acid/base test; enzymes.
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Nothing would happen without forces; science in Antarctica.
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Frogs matter. Let's jump in and save them.
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Biofuels, lunar eclipses and more.
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Acids at home, doing experiments and more.
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Lighting up our lives, fun with shadows and more.
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The amazing drinking bird, participating in an expo and more.
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December 2007 issue
Fun experiments for the holidays, puzzles and more.
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November 2007 issue
100 years in space, space fact file, heroes in science.
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October 2007 issue
Homes, building materials, skyscrapers and astronomy.
[File size 950 KB]
September 2007 issue
In celebration of African Origins Month, the focus is on reptiles that lived in the fast lane. [File size 970 KB]
August 2007 issue
In celebration of Marine Biosciences Month, the focus is on mysterious Mangroves. [File size 740 KB]
July 2007 issue
Nanotechnology. [File size 640 KB]
June 2007 issue
The polar wilderness and icy wonders. [File size 470 KB]
May 2007 issue
The wonders of water . [File size 850 KB]
April 2007 issue
Worms. [File size 650 KB]
March 2007 issue
The wonders of water . [File size 610 KB]
February 2007 issue
Floaters and sinkers. [File size 600 KB]
January 2007 issue
Optical illusions and mind benders. [File size 580 KB]
December 2006 issue
Did you know that most fishes have a larval phase after hatching from the egg, just like frogs have a tadpole phase? [File size 650 KB]
November 2006 issue
Calcium is the fifth most abundant element in the Earth’s crust. Uncover the hard facts about this chemical. [File size 568 KB]
October 2006 issue
It's Astronomy Month. Read all about the new definition of planets and get a SALT update. [File size 645 KB]
September 2006 issue
South Africans shine in Africa-Japan Science Competition and track fossils in the Karoo for African Origins Month. [File size 617 KB]
August 2006 issue
Featuring creeps of the deep and Biosciences Month. [File size 635 KB]
July 2006 issue
Featuring marching sand and desertification. [File size 565 KB]
June 2006 issue
Featuring South Africa’s Two Tiny, Cold Islands Marion and Prince Edward. [File size 846 KB]
May 2006 issue
Featuring adhesives, tacky tape and young photographers see science. [File size 684 KB]
April 2006 issue
Featuring the birds on your doorstep. [File size 692 KB]
March 2006 issue
Featuring soaps, detergents, Komodo Dragons and South Africa's own micro satellite. [File size 776 KB]
February 2006 issue
Featuring the wonders of water. [File size 685 KB]
January 2006 issue
Featuring a world full of colour. [File size 636 KB]
December 2005 issue
Featuring South Africa's super new telescope. [File size 574 KB]
November 2005 issue
Featuring climate change. [File size 487 KB]
October 2005 issue
Featuring Space! [File size 634 KB]
September 2005 issue
Featuring the dinosaurs of South Africa. [File size 599 KB]
August 2005 issue
Featuring wheels. [File size 458 KB]
July 2005 issue
Featuring Antarctica. [File size 452 KB]
June 2005 issue
Featuring how much fun science projects can be. [File size 459 KB]
May 2005 issue
Featuring sound and vibration. [File size 615 KB]
April 2005 issue
Featuring mirror mania and how to build a periscope. [File size 586 KB]
March 2005 issue
Featuring playing with physics. [File size 559 KB]
February 2005 issue
Featuring spiders and how GM crops are made. [File size 797 KB]
January 2005 issue
Featuring balance and gravity. [File size 1,049 KB]
December 2004 issue
Featuring how to make your own camera and take pictures.
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November 2004 issue
Featuring information about fungi. [File size 346 KB]
October 2004 issue
Featuring Earth and the Universe in celebration of Astronomy Month.
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September 2004 issue
Featuring the attraction of magnets and the use of forensic science to solve crimes and mysteries. [File size 498 KB]
August 2004 issue
Featuring polymers, chemicals that make up many things we use every day. [File size 518 KB]
July 2004 issue
Featuring static electricity and the Science Expo. [File size 479 KB]
June 2004 issue
Featuring friction. [File size 518 KB]
May 2004 issue
Featuring forces that make things happen. [File size 468 KB]
April 2004 issue
Featuring how to have fun finding out about acids and bases.
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March 2004 issue
Featuring the power of air and patterns of inheritance. [File size 614 KB]
February 2004 issue
Featuring the wonders of water and genetics. [File size 659 KB]
January 2004 issue
Featuring aeroplanes and cloning. [File size 650 KB]
December 2003 issue
Featuring bubbles, the Expo for Young Scientists participants and DNA. [File size 574 KB]
November 2003 issue
Featuring the coelacanth and biotechnology, and our oceans and seas. [File size 509 KB]
October 2003 issue
Featuring the solar system, a space competition and the secrets of DNA. [File size 536 KB]