415 books (21 pages) in this category
The Science of Seeing Differently
by Beau Lotto
by Carlton Books
<DIV>This is the ultimate companion for every time-travelling dinosaur hunter. It contains all the key facts and spotter stats needed to locate more than 50 of the most awe-inspiring dinos to have walked the Earth - from Amargasaurus to ...
A Very Short Introduction
by David Norman
by Priestley Rebecca
Since British explorer James Cook first circumnavigated Antarctica in the late 18th century, the white continent has exerted a powerful attraction. There is no permanent human habitation, and no mercy from the raw, relentless elements, yet for ...
And 101 Other Intriguing Science Questions
by Scientist New
And 101 Other Questions
by Scientist New
Best in Show
by Polly Homer
by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
<i>Lean back and settle in for cutting-edge scientific snippets from the trend-setting Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.</i> In <i><b>Short Back & Science</b></i>, Dr Karl combs through some of the greatest scientific conundrums of our age, such as ...
Archaeology and the future
by Alice Gorman
<p> </p><p>Going boldly forth as a pioneer in the fledgling field of space archaeology, Dr Alice Gorman (aka Dr Space Junk) turns the common perception of archaeology as an exploration of the ancient on its head. Her captivating inquiry into the
Journeys to the Dark Side of the Moon
by Frank Close
On 21 August 2017, over 100 million people will gather in a narrow belt across the USA to witness the most watched total solar eclipse in history. Eclipse - Journeys to the Dark Side of the Moon, written by well-known popular science author ...
by Andre F. Clewell
by Carlos I. Calle
<b>Genius demystified, the Dummies way!</b> <p>In 1905, Albert Einstein revolutionized modern physics with his theory of relativity. He went on to become a twentieth-century icon-a man whose name and face are synonymous with "genius." Now, at ...
How Two Great Minds Battled Quantum Randomness to Create a Unified Theory of Physics
by Paul Halpern
The Hunt for Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe
by Evalyn Gates
<b>Cutting-edge astrophysics that builds on Einstein's theories to find the unseen matter that fills the Universe.</b><br /> <br /> <p>Dark energy. Dark matter. These strange and invisible substances don't just sound mysterious: their ...
How the Periodic Table Can Now Explain (Nearly) Everything
by Tim James
by Alex Boese
<b>"Boese's kooky look at history's most outlandish, provocative and downright ridiculous scientific endeavours (zombie kittens anyone?) will keep you smiling." <i>Sunday Herald</i></b> <b>"Excellent accounts of some of the most important and ...
by Bryan Walsh
A Beginner's Guide
by Vaclav Smil
With his famous equation, E=mc2, Einstein showed us that all matter can be described as energy. It is everywhere; it is everything. In this engaging introduction, renowned author and scientist Vaclav Smil covers a wide range of topics, from the ...