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How It Works Magazine

13 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review From €2,23 per issue How It Works is the action-packed science and technology magazine bursting with exciting information about our universe and everything in it. Be inspired by a wide range of topics, from the planet'€s most bizarre creatures and unusual phenomena to the incredible technologies advancing and enhancing our modern lives.

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How It Works  |  Issue 156  


Gadgets with license to thrill
How much of James Bond’s tech has become reality?

How solar panels generate energy
This cool silicon technology creates electricity from sunlight

Stephen Hawking’s theories tested
Which of the theoretical physicist’s big ideas turned out to be right?

How our climate is changing
Eight worrying signs of the impact we have made on Earth
How It Works is the action-packed science and technology magazine bursting with exciting information about our universe and everything in it. Be inspired by a wide range of topics, from the planet'€s most bizarre creatures and unusual phenomena to the incredible technologies advancing and enhancing our modern lives.

Written and presented in a style that makes even the most complex subjects interesting and easy to understand, How It Works is enjoyed by readers of all ages.

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• Global Eye – the latest news, developments and events from the world of science and technology
• Amazing images – each issue is loaded with fantastic cutaways, illustrations and photography
• Features – our in-depth articles explain topics in an exciting and engaging way that everyone can understand
• Brain Dump – get the answers to all your burning 'how and why' questions answered in our reader Q&A section
• How To – your guide to fun experiments and projects to try out at home
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WELCOME Issue 156 “The iconic weapon was put together from everyday objects” The image above is of one of the most famous gadgets in the James Bond canon: the Golden Gun. It was owned not by Bo...
WHAT WE’RE ANTICIPATING © Getty NIKOLE PRODUCTION EDITOR SCOTT STAFF WRITER AILSA STAFF WRITER CHARLES RESEARCH EDITOR DUNCAN SENIOR ART EDITOR ...
Inside the inner ear © Getty These are inner ear sensory cells under a scanning electron microscope. The purple hair-like bundles of cells are called cilia. These sensory cells detect movement of the head usi...
Butterflies below deck © Getty Meet Limacina helicina, commonly known as the sea butterfly. Despite the name, these marine invertebrates are more closely related to snails than butterflies. Sea butterflies use ...
Curious caves © Getty Crystal Cave in Bermuda was discovered in 1905 by two boys when a wayward cricket ball led them to the cave, adorned with stalactites. Stalactites form when water saturated wi...
Behind the space veil © ESA/Hubble & NASA, Z. Levay Around 1,470 light years from Earth, in the constellation of Cygnus, is the Veil Nebula. This is one of the best known examples of a supernova remnan...

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