1259 books (63 pages) in this category
by Hayley Birch
by Moheb Costandi
by Tony Crilly
by Joanne Baker
by Gail Dixon
by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
<b>Welcome to the wonderful world of </b><b>Dr Karl: where oddities are embraced, facts reign supreme, curiosity is king and brightly coloured shirts are compulsory! </b> <b> "Dr Karl is Australia's incumbent President of Science" <i>The ...
by Inc. Anaxos
Key concepts and where they come from
by Luke Heaton
by Kendal McGuffie
As a consequence of recent increased awareness of the social and political dimensions of climate, many non-specialists discover a need for information about the variety of available climate models. <i>A Climate Modelling Primer, Fourth ...
The Science of Complex Systems in Business, Life, and Society
by John Miller
by Kathryn Harkup
Agatha Christie's detailed plotting is what makes her books so compelling. Christie used poison to kill her characters more often than any other murder method, with the poison itself being a central part of the novel, and her choice of deadly ...
by Kathryn Harkup
Shortlisted for the Macavity Awards 2016<br>Fourteen novels. Fourteen poisons. Just because it's fiction doesn't mean it's all made-up ...<br>Agatha Christie revelled in the use of poison to kill off unfortunate victims in her books; indeed, she
How Your Brain Distorts and Deceives
by Cordelia Fine
How your brain runs your life - whether you like it or not. ...
by Bill Bryson
"Bill Bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller, but even when he stays safely at home he can't contain his curiosity about the world around him.<i> A Short History of Nearly Everything </i>is his quest to understand everything that has ...
by Frank Petruzella
by Dallas Campbell
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Everything you wanted to know about numbers 1 to 100
by Adam Spencer
<p>An hilarious, enlightening romp through the world of numbers with one of Australia’s best-loved broadcasters.</p><p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">How can a prime number be ‘sexy’ and ‘safe’ at the </span><span style="line-height: ...
How We Can Learn from Nature's Strangest Inventions
by Amina Khan
An accessible exploration of the science of biomimicry: full of fascinating natural facts, ingenious ideas and a glimpse into the future of human innovation. ...
by Amos Nussinovitch
<p>To the layman, adhesion is a simple matter of how well two different materials stick together, and adhesion measurements provide some indication of the force required to separate them. However, a more detailed look at adhesion shows that it ...
by Gavin Francis
Oliver Sacks meets Bear Grylls in this unique voyage around the human body, from the prize-winning author of <i>Empire Antarctica</i>. Now available in paperback. ...