verb (used with object), cat·a·lyzed, cat·a·lyz·ing.
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The headphones themselves then emit a purple glow from integrated LED lights, which catalyze a reaction that causes the patented material to harden over the course of 60 seconds.UE’s new headphones use an app and LED lights to create a truly custom fit|Stan Horaczek|October 1, 2020|Popular Science
This is the state that is a perfect place to be to start processing very difficult, traumatic memories and really catalyzing a therapeutic process.How Are Psychedelics and Other Party Drugs Changing Psychiatry? (Ep. 433)|Stephen J. Dubner|October 1, 2020|Freakonomics
The promise of a new generation of low-cost, long-lasting batteries is catalyzing a long-awaited shift to electric vehicles.Cheaper, longer-lasting batteries are speeding up the shift to electric vehicles|Joann Muller|September 4, 2020|Axios
We have yet to see sufficient progress to change our approach and continue to hope this collective action helps catalyze positive change and accountability.
As you build or reevaluate your inclusion strategy, here are three considerations that can catalyze sustainable, institutional change in your organization.How to turn corporate antiracism from promise to practice|Erin L. Thomas|July 30, 2020|Quartz
They can initiate ideas and catalyze a certain form, but the trick is not to begin, but to sustain.
They reward leaders who push the envelope, catalyze action, and get stuff done.
On the band-wagon of growing criticism over Israeli policies, these groups use BDS to catalyze an anti-Israeli zeitgeist.
Cam's feverish brain had figured out a host of effects to catalyze the audience reaction.Telempathy|Vance Simonds