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Technocrats and the Politics of Drought and Development in Twentieth-Century Brazil

by Eve E. Buckley

Eve E. Buckley's study of twentieth-century Brazil examines the nation's hard social realities through the history of science, focusing on the use of technology and engineering as vexed instruments of reform...


A Serious Intelligence Concept

by Eckhard Schindler

This book provides an essential description of a special four-dimensional intelligence concept. The advantage of this concept is that it also involves emotional and mental strengths, which are needed under difficult...


The Secret Life of the Mind: How Your Brain Thinks, Feels, and Decides

by Mariano Sigman

From a world-renowned leader in neuroscience, a provocative, enthralling journey into the depths of the human mind.

Where do our thoughts come from? How do we make choices and trust our judgments? What is the...


Physics for the IB Diploma Study and Revision Guide

by John Allum

Stretch your students to achieve their best grade with these year round course companions; providing clear and concise explanations of all syllabus requirements and topics, and practice questions to support...


The Decline and Fall of Whist

by John Petch Petch Hewby

An Old Fashioned View of New Fangled Play: As it has been taken for granted, because no abhorrence of the recent proceedings of the New Academy has been openly expressed, such feeling is non-existent, this opuscule...


Non-covalent Interactions in Quantum Chemistry and Physics: Theory and Applications

by Alberto Otero de la Roza & Gino A. DiLabio

Non-covalent Interactions in Quantum Chemistry and Physics: Theory and Applications provides an entry point for newcomers and a standard reference for researchers publishing in the area of non-covalent interactions....


Evolution: A Very Short Introduction

by Brian Charlesworth & Deborah Charlesworth

Less than 450 years ago, all European scholars believed that the Earth was at the centre of a Universe that was at most a few million miles in extent, and that the planets, sun, and stars all rotated around...


The Oxford Illustrated History of Science

by Iwan Rhys Morus

The Oxford Illustrated History of Science is the first ever fully illustrated global history of science, from Aristotle to the atom bomb - and beyond. The first part of the book tells the story of science in...


The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone

by Brian Merchant

"The One Device is a tour de force, with fast-paced edge and heaps of analytical insight." -Ashlee Vance, New York Times bestselling author of Elon Musk

"A stunning book. You will never look at your iPhone the...


Sacred Bovines

by Douglas Allchin

Some assumptions about biology are so deeply rooted in our thinking that they seem beyond question. These concepts - expressed in playful jargon - are our sacred bovines. With a light-hearted spirit, Douglas...


The Chemical Story of Olive Oil

by Richard Blatchly, Zeynep Delen & Patricia O'Hara

Despite the growing interest in olive oil, most people know very little about what it is or how it is made. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of olive oil from the tree to table, from a molecular...


Animal Genetics for Chemists

by Ralph G Wilkins

Accounts are appearing on some facet of genetics in nearly every issue of scientific magazines and often in the daily newspapers. This book sets out to cover the fundamentals of the subject without the details...


Achieving sustainable cultivation of apples

by Dr K. Evans, Dr Wayne M. Jurick Ii, Dr Gerry Neilsen & Prof. Christopher Watkins et al.

Originating in Central Asia, apples are one of the most important fruits globally and are grown in over 100 countries. Apple cultivation faces a number of challenges. Increasing global competition has put the...


Newton's Principia

by Isaac Newton & Andrew Motte (Translator)

NEWTON'S PRINCIPIA : Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, often referred to as simply the Principia, is a work in three books by Isaac Newton, in Latin, first published 5 July 1687. The Principia states...


Your Brain: A User's Guide: 100 Things You Never Knew

by National Geographic

Both a practical owner’s manual and a complete guide to the brain’s development and function, this valuable reference explores not only the brain’s physical form—its 100 billion nerve cells and near-infinite...


The Mind of God: Neuroscience, Faith, and a Search for the Soul

by Jay Lombard & Patrick J. Kennedy

For fans of Deepak Chopra, Rudy Tanzi, and Andrew Newberg. A renowned behavioral neurologist provides insights to some of the most curious spiritual questions we all face.

Is there a God?

It’s a question billions...


A Crack in Creation: Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution

by Jennifer A. Doudna & Samuel H. Sternberg

A trailblazing biologist grapples with her role in the biggest scientific discovery of our era: a cheap, easy way of rewriting genetic code, with nearly limitless promise and peril.


CliffsNotes Geometry Common Core Quick Review

by M. Sunil R. Koswatta

A quick review on Geometry Common Core math


Hundreds of Interlaced Fingers

by Vanessa Grubbs, M.D.

A young, hopeful doctor’s memoir—an unforgettable love story and an informative journey into the world of medicine and kidney transplantation that ultimately asks: What does it mean to let go of something...


The Ends of the World

by Peter Brannen

As new groundbreaking research suggests that climate change played a major role in the most extreme catastrophes in the planet's history, award-winning science journalist Peter Brannen takes us on a wild ride...