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by Joel E. Holloway, Pharm. D., M.D., PhD.
<p data-version='1.1'>Ever wonder about things? Well, this is the book for you or for the curious person in your life.</p> ...eBook
by Patricia Patchet-Golubev & Andrea A. Gilpin
<p>While teaching writing to undergraduate science students, Gilpin and Patchet-Golubev discovered that although many relatively sophisticated manuals for scientific writing exist, most are aimed at mainly professionals or specialists and are ofeBook
Conversations in Physics and Biology
by Paul Buckley & F. David Peat
<p>This book contains interviews with physicists, biologists, and chemists who have been involved in some of the most exciting discoveries in modern scientific thought. The conversations—with Bohm, Pattee, Penrose, Rosen, Rosenfeld, Somorjai, ...eBook
by Messel, H.
Abridged Science for High School Students, Volume I is a general science book that provides a concise discussion of wide array of scientific topics. The book is designed to supplement integrated science courses. <br>The contents of the text ...eBook
by Messel, H.
Abridged Science for High School Students, Volume II is a general science book that provides a concise discussion of wide array of scientific topics. This is volume sets out to continue where the first volume left off by covering Chapters 22 to ...eBook
by Zimmerer, Edmund J.
<P>Known for its natural beauty, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is the largest inland peninsula in the United States. Consisting of 170,000 acres of forested and protected public land between Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River) and ...eBook
by Jane Loudon
Botany for Ladies is one of a series of 19th century author Jane Loudon’s books on plants, gardening, and the natural world. Her husband was in agriculture, and Loudon wrote while she learned, which resulted in 6 books on various aspects of the ...eBook
by Alistair MacFarlane
<p>Over the past five centuries, scientific imagination and technological ingenuity have created a deep understanding of the physical world. This has enabled an exploration of the outermost limits of the universe, the innermost recesses of the ...eBook
Collection Philosophers of our time
by CLEBERSON EDUARDO DA COSTA
<p>(a5,108 p.) - If, as I said Sartre, existential philosopher-humanist of the 20th century, "man is a project that exists only to the extent that the performs", for the meritocratic existentialism, in a reversal of values and principles, "the ...eBook
by Muhammad Lamin Janneh
The focus of this book on the digestive system is to provide resources and ideas to help students and non-students of all kinds in their academic quest. Furthermore, the goal of this book is to appeal to a wide variety of students whose desire ...eBook
by Schmidt-French, Barbara A.
<DIV>Highly beneficial animals, bats are critical to global ecological, economic, and publichealth. <i>Do Bats Drink Blood?</i> illuminates the role bats play in the ecosystem, their complex social behavior, and how they glide through the ...eBook
by Worlds Publishing
<p>This book is a collection of genius Inventors till the 20th Century.<br />We discuss about their Inventions, how they got inspired, their contributions to the world of Science, Technology and Modern Equipment.<br />In this book, we have ...eBook
by Parry, William T.
Utah's landscape is among the most spectacular in the world. It is a region of prominent peaks, sweeping valleys, dramatic canyons, and plateaus rimmed by sheer cliffs. Unique among western states, Utah's landscape includes the Colorado Plateau,eBook
by W. Matthew Shipman
<div>Whether sharing a spectacular shot from a deep-space probe, announcing a development in genetic engineering, or crafting an easy-to-reference list of cancer risk factors, science public information officers, or PIOs, serve as scientific ...eBook
The philosopher of absolute knowledge
by CLEBERSON EDUARDO DA COSTA
<p>(A5,150 P.)</p> <p>I</p> <p> Why Hegel for teachers, the so- called philosopher of absolute knowledge? </p> <p>I say to you: </p> <p>The philosophy of Hegel (1770-1831) from the 20th century has ...eBook
by Lawrence R. Sullivan & Nancy Y. Liu
<span><span>The </span><span style="font-style:italic;">Historical Dictionary of Science and Technology in Modern China</span><span> provides the most up-to-date information on science and technology in China from the late nineteenth century to ...eBook
Imperial Russia's Women in Science, 1800-1900: A Survey of Their Contributions to Research
by Mary R. S. Creese
<span><span>The first volume of </span><span style="font-style:italic;">Ladies in the Laboratory</span><span> provided a systematic survey and comparison of the work of nineteenth-century American and British women in scientific research. ...eBook
by Glenn B. Wiggins
<p>Caddisflies are one of the most diverse groups of organisms living in freshwater habitats, and their larvae are involved in energy transfer at several levels within these communities. Caddisfly larvae are also remarkable because of the ...eBook
by Pierre FÉDIDA
<p>En évoquant lí’époque de la libération sexuelle et des soifs de libertés en tous genres, l’auteur a analysé, en 1977, les textes qui en faisaient le point. Cette réédition inspirera ceux qui ne l’ont pas vécu et rappelleront aux plus âgés ...eBook