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Henry Dresser and Victorian Ornithology

by Henry McGhie

This book explores the life of Henry Dresser (1838-1915), one of the most productive British ornithologists of the mid-late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and is largely based on unpublished correspondence...


Silencing the Bomb: One Scientist's Quest to Halt Nuclear Testing

by Lynn R. Sykes

In December 2016, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists moved their iconic "Doomsday Clock" thirty seconds forward to two and a half minutes to midnight, the latest it has been set since 1952, the year of the first...


Silencing the Bomb

by Lynn R. Sykes

In December 2016, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists moved their iconic "Doomsday Clock" thirty seconds forward to two and a half minutes to midnight, the latest it has been set since 1952, the year of the first...


Advances in Agricultural Animal Welfare: Science and Practice

by Joy Mench

Advances in Agricultural Animal Welfare fully explores developments in the key areas of agricultural animal welfare assessment and improvement. Analyzing current topical issues, as well as reviewing the historical...


Evolution

by William H. Pettit

This pamphlet is an appeal to reason and common sense.

It is not written specially for scientific experts and hence technical terms have been as far as possible avoided. The student or scientist who desires a...


Moving Heaven and Earth (Icon Science)

by John Henry

Copernicus sowed the seed from which science has grown to be a dominant aspect of modern culture, fundamental in shaping our understanding of the workings of the cosmos. John Henry reveals why Copernicus was...


The Engineer's Guide to Plant Layout and Piping Design for the Oil and Gas Industries

by Geoff B. Barker

The Engineer's Guide to Plant Layout and Piping Design for the Oil and Gas Industries gives pipeline engineers and plant managers a critical real-world reference to design, manage, and implement safe and effective...


Following Fifi: My Adventures Among Wild Chimpanzees: Lessons from our Closest Relatives

by John Crocker & Jane Goodall

An exhilarating quest into a remote African forest to examine chimpanzees and understand the roots of human behavior.

As a young student, John Crocker embarked on the adventure of a lifetime, spending eight...


Geological Belts, Plate Boundaries, and Mineral Deposits in Myanmar

by Andrew Mitchell

Geological Belts, Plate Boundaries and Mineral Deposits in Myanmar arms readers with a comprehensive overview of the geography, geology, mineral potential and tectonic plate activity of Myanmar. The book focuses...


Exact Thinking in Demented Times: The Vienna Circle and the Epic Quest for the Foundations of Science

by Karl Sigmund & Douglas Hofstadter

A dazzling group biography of the early twentieth-century thinkers who transformed the way the world thought about math and science

Inspired by Albert Einstein's theory of relativity and Bertrand Russell and...


Sibling Action

by Stefani Engelstein

Beginning in the late eighteenth century, Europeans embarked on a new way of classifying the world, devising genealogies that determined degrees of relatedness by tracing heritage through common ancestry. This...


The Social Origins of Language

by Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth & Michael L. Platt

How human language evolved from the need for social communication

The origins of human language remain hotly debated. Despite growing appreciation of cognitive and neural continuity between humans and other animals,...


Recommended Practice for Corrosion Management of Pipelines in Oil & Gas Production and Transportation

by Bijan Kermani

"First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company."


IJEMME

by HASAN SAYGIN, Zafer Utlu & MUSTAFA AYDIN

Engineering Faculty of Istanbul Ayd?n University has started to publish an international journal on Electronics, Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, denoted as “International Journal of Electronics, Mechanical...


Life and Habit

by Samuel Butler

One more point deserves notice. Butler often refers in “Life and Habit” to Darwin’s “Variations of Animals and Plants under Domestication.” When he does so it is always under the name “Plants and...


Applied Functional Analysis, Third Edition

by J. Tinsley Oden & Leszek Demkowicz

Applied Functional Analysis, Third Edition provides a solid mathematical foundation for the subject. It motivates students to study functional analysis by providing many contemporary applications and examples...


Bioreactors: Animal Cell Culture Control for Bioprocess Engineering

by Goutam Saha, Alok Barua & Satyabroto Sinha

Bioreactors: Animal Cell Culture Control for Bioprocess Engineering presents the design, fabrication, and control of a new type of bioreactor meant especially for animal cell line culture. The new bioreactor,...


Ralph Ellison, Temporal Technologist

by Michael Germana

Ralph Ellison, Temporal Technologist examines Ralph Ellison's body of work as an extended and ever-evolving expression of the author's philosophy of temporality-a philosophy synthesized from the writings of...


All Talked Out

by J.D. Trout

In All Talked Out J.D. Trout exemplifies the power of science in a philosopher's hands, and takes a welcome look at the resulting fate of philosophy. Based on his 2013 Phi Beta Kappa Romanell Lectures, each...


Buckets from an English Sea

by Louis B. Rosenblatt

Darwin did not discover evolution. He didn't trip over it on the way to somewhere else the way Columbus discovered the New World. Like the atom, planetary orbits, and so many other scientific constructs, evolution...