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Issue 24 Contents:
PISCOPE - Using the Raspbery Pi as a scope
STUDYING ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION WITH A MULTI-SENSOR ARRAY - Part 2: Implementing the code
PROJECT CURACAO - Part 5: Deployment and results
WOLFRAM ANALYSIS: MEASURING LIGHT ABSORPTION - DIY chemistry lab: building a spectrophotometer
PICADEMY - An interview with Carrie Anne Philbin
PYTHON AND TURTLE GRAPHICS - Bringing Testudines out of the '80s
SCHOOL REPORT: DISCUSSION OF MAKING SESSIONS - Tech-Dojo with the Raspberry Pi