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An Accidental Statistician: The Life and Memories of George E. P. Box

by George E. P. Box

Celebrating the life of an admired pioneer in statistics

In this captivating and inspiring memoir, world-renowned statistician George E. P. Box offers a firsthand account of his life and statistical work. Writing...


Frankenstein's Cat

by Emily Anthes

Winner of 2014 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Best Young Adult Science Book

Longlisted for the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award

One of Nature’s Summer Book Picks

One of Publishers Weekly’s Top Ten...


Undergraduate Convexity: From Fourier and Motzkin to Kuhn and Tucker

by NIELS LAURITZEN

Based on undergraduate teaching to students in computer science, economics and mathematics at Aarhus University, this is an elementary introduction to convex sets and convex functions with emphasis on concrete...


Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles

by Laurie J. Vitt & Janalee P. Caldwell

The fourth edition of the textbook Herpetology covers the basic biology of amphibians and reptiles, with updates in nearly every conceptual area. Not only does it serve as a solid foundation for modern herpetology...


Earthquake-Resistant Structures: Design, Build, and Retrofit

by Mohiuddin Ali Khan

Earthquake engineering is the ultimate challenge for structural engineers. Even if natural phenomena involve great uncertainties, structural engineers need to design buildings, bridges, and dams capable of resisting...


Vibrations and Acoustic Radiation of Thin Structures: Physical Basis, Theoretical Analysis and Numerical Methods

by Paul J. T. Filippi

Sound is produced by vibrations and as such can be dampened or augmented based on materials selection. This title looks at the effects of sound and vibration on thin structures and details how damage may be...


I

by Alfred John Dalrymple

If there is an enabler of out existence it is a particulate field... also it is ethereal, in the entirety of it, and the I of it. Is Consciousness that field? It rests in its own fullness as one thing, yet it...


Paleofantasy: What Evolution Really Tells Us about Sex, Diet, and How We Live

by Marlene Zuk

“With . . . evidence from recent genetic and anthropological research, [Zuk] offers a dose of paleoreality.”—Erin Wayman, Science News We evolved to eat berries rather than bagels, to live in mud huts...


Wired for Culture: Origins of the Human Social Mind

by Mark Pagel

“Does an excellent job of using evolutionary biology to discuss the origins of religion, music, art, and . . . morality.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

A unique trait of the human species is that our...


Digital Dice: Computational Solutions to Practical Probability Problems (New in Paperback)

by Paul J. Nahin

Some probability problems are so difficult that they stump the smartest mathematicians. But even the hardest of these problems can often be solved with a computer and a Monte Carlo simulation, in which a random-number...


Atlas of Drosophila Morphology: Wild-type and Classical Mutants

by Sylwester Chyb & Nicolas Gompel

The Atlas of Drosophila Morphology: Wild-type and Classical Mutants is the guide every Drosophila researcher wished they had when first learning genetic markers, and the tool they wish they had now as a handy...


Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics

by PAUL E GARRETT & BAHARAK HADINIA

The book contains the proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics held at the University of Guelph from August 28 through September 2, 2011. The proceedings...


Recent Progress in Orbital-free Density Functional Theory

by YAN ALEXANDER WANG & TOMASZ A WESOLOWSKI

This is a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art computational methods based on orbital-free formulation of density functional theory completed by the most recent developments concerning the exact properties,...


Placing Nature on the Borders of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics

by Forrest Clingerman & Mark H. Dixon

Placing Nature furthers the dialogue on religion, ethics, and the environment by exploring three interrelated concepts: to recreate, to replace and to restore. This book self-consciously reflects on the intersections...


Human Identity at the Intersection of Science, Technology and Religion

by Nancey Murphy & Christopher C. Knight

Ideas of human nature in the West have always been shaped by the interplay of philosophy, theology, science, and technology. The fast pace of developments in the latter two spheres (neuroscience, genetics, artificial...


Principles of Neurotheology

by Andrew B. Newberg

Principles of Neurotheology sets out the necessary principles of the field which can be used as a foundation for future neurotheological discourse. Laying the groundwork for a new synthesis of scientific and...


Popularizing Science and Technology in the European Periphery, 1800-2000

by Faidra Papanelopoulou

In peripheral European countries with a weak scientific culture, how was science and technology presented to the wider public? The essays in this volume consider this question and together provide a valuable...


Theology and Science in the Thought of Francis Bacon

by Steven Matthews

Although many books have been published on Francis Bacon there is still no scholarly consensus on his religious beliefs and how they may have affected his work. This monograph contributes possible answers to...


Writing the History of the Mind: Philosophy and Science in France, 1900 to 1960s

by Cristina Chimisso

For much of the twentieth century, French intellectual life was dominated by theoreticians and historians of mentalité. Cristina Chimisso reconstructs the world of these intellectuals and presents the key debates...


A Leg to Stand On

by Oliver Sacks

A Leg To Stand On, one of Oliver Sacks' most personal works, explores the author's journey of recovery from a severe injury, during which his leg no longer feels as though it is part of his body.