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The Week Junior Science + Nature

Our brand new special edition

Science + Nature is packed with all the incredible information, eye-catching images and must-know facts that you expect from the award-winning team behind The Week Junior, with a side order of wonder and marvels. This super-size special edition is designed to inspire curiosity, ignite a passion for discovery and stimulate discussion. The Week Junior Science + Nature will open your eyes to the universe and reveal the hidden ways that science is in everything.

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

  • Use the power of neuroscience to discover the science behind your smile
  • Dive to the depths of the oceans in a £3 million sub
  • Explore the wonders of the cosmos
  • Journey into the microscopic world of the gene
  • See if you could survive a mission to Mars
  • Find out how emerging technology, such as driverless cars, will change your life
  • Discover and what it will be like to live in the smart cities of the future
  • PLUS unexplained mysteries, disgusting stuff, experiments and activities

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Editor's Letter

EditorI'm very proud to introduce a fresh new publication from The Week Junior. ​Science + Nature is packed with all the incredible information, eye-catching images and must-know facts that you expect from award-winning team behind The Week Junior. Within its 100 pages, you will use the power of neuroscience to discover the science behind your smile; dive to the depths of the oceans in a £3 million sub; explore the wonders of the cosmos; journey into the microscopic world of the gene; and see if you could survive a mission to Mars.

You can also find out how emerging technology, such as driverless cars, will change your life, and what it would be like to live in the smart cities of the future. Along the way, you'll encounter unexplained mysteries, disgusting stuff and awesome activities. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed making it! 

Dan Green, Editor