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Exploring Inductive Risk

by Kevin C. Elliott & Ted Richards

Science is the most reliable means available for understanding the world around us and our place in it. But, since science draws conclusions based on limited empirical evidence, there is always a chance that...


The Ethics of Technology

by Martin Peterson

Autonomous cars, drones, and electronic surveillance systems are examples of technologies that raise serious ethical issues. In this analytic investigation, Martin Peterson articulates and defends five moral...


Making Things Up

by Karen Bennett

A certain kind of talk is ubiquitous among both philosophers and so-called "ordinary people": talk of one phenomenon generating or giving rise to another, or talk of one phenomenon being based in or constructed...


Be Amazing

by Ben Newsome

From engaging science experiments, effective role-play scenarios and useful digital technologies through to intriguing Maker spaces, colourful science fairs and community collaboration in your school, there...


The Origin of Species

by Charles Darwin

This is the sixth and definitive edition of Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species, originally published in 1859 as The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection; Or The Preservation of Favoured Races...


Einstein in Berlin

by Thomas Levenson

In a book that is both biography and the most exciting form of history, here are eighteen years in the life of a man, Albert Einstein, and a city, Berlin, that were in many ways the defining years of the twentieth...


Wave Propagation in a Random Medium

by Lev A. Chernov & Richard A. Silverman

This monograph by a prominent Russian expert was a ground-breaking contribution to the literature on the theory of wave propagation in randomly inhomogeneous media. Since the publication of the first English...


Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications

by Jerome A. Goldstein

This advanced monograph of semigroup theory explores semigroups of linear operators and linear Cauchy problems. Suitable for graduate students in mathematics as well as professionals in science and engineering,...


The Physics of Everyday Things: The Extraordinary Science Behind an Ordinary Day

by James Kakalios

Physics professor, bestselling author, and dynamic storyteller James Kakalios reveals the mind-bending science behind the seemingly basic things that keep our daily lives running, from our smart phones and digital...


Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies

by Geoffrey West

From one of the most influential scientists of our time, a dazzling exploration of the hidden laws that govern the life cycle of everything from plants and animals to the cities we live in.

Visionary physicist...


The Quantum World: The Disturbing Theory at the Heart of Reality

by New Scientist

Forget everything you thought you knew about reality.

The world is a seriously bizarre place. Things can exist in two places at once and travel backwards and forwards in time. Waves and particles are one and...


City in a Garden

by Andrew M. Busch

The natural beauty of Austin, Texas, has always been central to the city's identity. From the beginning, city leaders, residents, planners, and employers consistently imagined Austin as a natural place, highlighting...


Warblers and Other Songbirds of North America

by Paul Sterry

A stunning full-color photographic field guide of 285 species of North American songbirds and warblers, captured in glorious life-sized detail and featuring concise descriptions, location maps, and useful facts...


Protein Carbonylation: Principles, Analysis, and Biological Implications

by Joaquim Ros

Protein carbonylation has attracted the interest of a great number of laboratories since the pioneering studies at the Earl Stadtman's lab at NIH started in early 1980s. Since then, detecting protein carbonyls...


Oral Bioavailability Assessment: Basics and Strategies for Drug Discovery and Development

by Ayman F. El-Kattan & Mike S. Lee

Specifically geared to personnel in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, this book describes the basics and challenges of oral bioavailability - one of the most significant hurdles in drug discovery...


WJEC/Eduqas AS/A-level Geography Student Guide 2: Coastal Landscapes; Tectonic Hazards

by Sue Warn

Exam Board: Eduqas

Level: AS/A-level

Subject: Geography

First Teaching: September 2016

First Exam: September 2017

Reinforce students' geographical understanding throughout their course; clear topic summaries with...


Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: From Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) to Radiofrequency

by Patrick Staebler

Everyone, whether they like it or not, is exposed to electromagnetic fields, most of the time, at very low levels. In this case, they are inconsequential, but they can cause adverse health effects when they...


Lignocellulosic Biomass Production and Industrial Applications

by Arindam Kuila & Vinay Sharma

Lignocellulosic Biomass Production and Industrial Applications describes the utilization of lignocellulosic biomass for various applications. Although there have been numerous reports on lignocellulosic biomass...


The Lazy Universe

by Jennifer Coopersmith

This is a rare book on a rare topic: it is about 'action' and the Principle of Least Action. A surprisingly well-kept secret, these ideas are at the heart of physical science and engineering. Physics is well...


How the Zebra Got Its Stripes: Darwinian Stories Told Through Evolutionary Biology

by Léo|Mellor, Barbara Grasset

France’s brightest young scientist lucidly explains the intricacies of the animal kingdom through the lens of evolutionary biology. Why do giraffes have such long necks? Why are zebras striped? And why does...