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Carrier Grade Voice Over IP, Third Edition

by Richard Swale & Daniel Collins

Leading-edge VoIP technologies, tools, and standards Efficiently deliver voice, data, and multimedia content over today's always-on broadband networks with guidance from this fully updated resource. Carrier-Grade...


Infinite Mindfield: A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher Consciousness

by Anthony Peake

Using information from the cutting edge of modern science, Peake presents startling evidence that the inner worlds of our mystics and shamans are as real, or possibly even more real, than the reality we experience...


Three Windows on Eternity: Exploring Evolution and Human Destiny

by Allerd Stikker

Three Windows on Eternity is an exploratory voyage past the frontiers of our knowledge and scientific understanding. It has led the author to inspirational insights about the role of the individual human being...


The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2013

by Siddhartha Mukherjee & Tim Folger

A collection of the best science and nature writing from the past year.


Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Human Security: A Comparative Analysis

by Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi, Antonio Marcio Buainain & Maria Bondes

The main focus of the book is to analyze pros and cons of the climate change debate among scholars, policy makers and scientist, and its impact on human security in various countries.


Resilient Health Care

by Erik Hollnagel & Jeffrey Braithwaite

Properly performing health care systems require concepts and methods that match their complexity. Resilience engineering provides that capability. It focuses on a system's overall ability to sustain required...


The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS: Solving Crime with Mathematics

by Keith Devlin & Gary Lorden

The companion to the hit CBS crime series Numb3rs presents the fascinating way mathematics is used to fight real-life crime

Using the popular CBS prime-time TV crime series Numb3rs as a springboard, Keith Devlin...


The Woodlands: The Inside Story of Creating a Better Hometown

by Roger Galatas & James Barlow

Get a behind-the-scenes look into The Woodlands, an innovative new town that was built from the ground up near Houston, Texas. This is the story of the people who were instrumental in developing it and the experiences...


Darkening of the Light: Witnessing the End of an Era

by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

A compelling insight into the impact that external, ecological damage has on the inner self, this spiritual exploration argues that although spiritual teachings reveal that events in the outer world are a reflection...


Uncommon Contexts: Encounters between Science and Literature, 1800-1914

by Ben Marsden, Hazel Hutchison & Ralph O'Connor

Britain in the long nineteenth century developed an increasing interest in science of all kinds. The essays in this collection uncover this symbiotic relationship between literature and science.


Brewing Science, Technology and Print, 1700-1880

by James Sumner

How did the brewing of beer become a scientific process? Sumner explores this question by charting the theory and practice of the trade in Britain and Ireland during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.


Science and Societies in Frankfurt am Main

by Ayako Sakurai

Sakurai presents a study of how scientific societies affected the social and political life of a city. As it did not have a university or a centralized government, Frankfurt am Main is an ideal case study of...


The Optical Munitions Industry in Great Britain, 1888-1923

by Stephen C Sambrook

Running counter to the general decline of technological industries in post-Victorian Britain, optical munitions provides an important, previously overlooked, study into the business of manufacturing.


Toxicants, Health and Regulation since 1945

by Soraya Boudia & Nathalie Jas

The number of substances potentially dangerous to our health and environment is constantly increasing. The papers in this volume examine the concurrent rise of pollutants and the regulations designed to police...


Free Will and the Human Sciences in Britain, 1870-1910

by Roger Smith

Smith takes an in-depth look at the question of free will through the prism of different disciplines in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.


Sex, Reproduction and Darwinism

by Filomena de Sousa & Gonzalo Munévar

This collection of essays looks at sexuality and reproduction from an evolutionary perspective. Covering experimental discoveries as well as theoretical investigations, the volume explores the relationship between...


Popular Exhibitions, Science and Showmanship, 1840-1910

by Joe Kember, John Plunkett & Jill A Sullivan

Victorian culture was characterized by a proliferation of shows and exhibitions. These were encouraged by the development of new sciences and technologies, together with changes in transportation, education...


Vision, Science and Literature, 1870-1920: Ocular Horizons

by Martin Willis

This book explores the Victorian concept of vision across scientific and cultural forms. Willis charts the characterization of vision through four organizing principles - small, large, past and future - to arrive...


A Modern History of the Stomach: Gastric Illness, Medicine and British Society, 1800-1950

by Ian Miller

This is the first exploration of the relationship between the abdomen and British society between 1800 and 1950. Miller demonstrates how the framework of ideas established in medicine related to gastric illness...


The British Arboretum: Trees, Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century

by Paul A Elliott, Charles Watkins & Stephen Daniels

This study explores the science and culture of nineteenth-century British arboretums. These were fostered by a variety of factors: global trade and exploration, popularity of collecting, significance to the...