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Make: Lego and Arduino Projects: Projects for extending MINDSTORMS NXT with open-source electronics

by John Baichtal, Matthew Beckler & Adam Wolf

Make amazing robots and gadgets with two of today’s hottest DIY technologies. With this easy-to-follow guide, you’ll learn how to build devices with Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0, the Arduino prototyping platform,...


Chasing Doctor Dolittle

by Con Slobodchikoff, PhD

"Slobodchikoff's ground-breaking research" (Jonathan Balcombe) shows us that animals have much to teach us about language

Groundbreaking research has been done teaching animals human language, but what about...


Full Product Transparency: Cutting the Fluff Out of Sustainability

by Ramon Arratia

Full Product Transparency (FTP) is a clear mechanism for showing the environmental impacts of your products and it has been shown to revolutionise and align consumer behaviour, supply chains, policy-making and...


Algebra & Trigonometry Super Review - 2nd Ed.

by Editors of REA

REA's Algebra and Trigonometry Super Review

Get all you need to know with Super Reviews!

2nd Edition

REA's Algebra and Trigonometry Super Review contains an in-depth review that explains everything high school...


Biobanks: Patents Or Open Science?

by A De Robbio

Biobanks represent an invaluable research tool and, as a result of their intrinsic and extrinsic nature, may be looked upon as archives or repositories largely made up of libraries, or collections of content...


Developmental Biology of GH Secretion, Growth and Treatment

by P.-E Mullis

In the last few years, rapid progress has taken place in our understanding of the developmental biology of GH secretion and the pivotal role it plays in growth.This book keeps the reader updated on the most...


The Origin of Cultures: Toward a Unified Theory of Human Evolution

by John Lin

In this highly original book, John Lin serves up his unique blend of philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience to discover the mechanism of cultural evolution and apply this knowledge to answer many of the big...


Chemical Methods of Rock Analysis

by D. Hutchison & P G JEFFREY

A practical guide to the methods in general use for the complete analysis of silicate rock material and for the determination of all those elements present in major, minor or trace amounts in silicate and other...


Probability in Petroleum and Environmental Engineering

by George V. Chilingar, Leonid F. Khilyuk & Herman H. Reike

Written by three of the world's most renowned petroleum and environmental engineers, Probability in Petroleum

and Environmental Engineering is the first book to offer the practicing engineer and engineering student...


The Visioneers: How a Group of Elite Scientists Pursued Space Colonies, Nanotechnologies, and a Limitless Future

by W. Patrick McCray

In 1969, Princeton physicist Gerard O'Neill began looking outward to space colonies as the new frontier for humanity's expansion. A decade later, Eric Drexler, an MIT-trained engineer, turned his attention to...


Traces of Peter Rice

by Kevin Barry

Peter Rice (1935–1992) is widely regarded as the most distinguished structural engineer of the late twentieth century. Following early work on the Sydney Opera House, he defined the structural elements of...


International Law and Ocean Management

by Lawrence Juda

This book places contemporary problems of ocean use management in historical context beginning with the time of Hugo Grotius, whose seminal 1609 work The Freedom of the Seas was the basis of ocean law for the...


The Digital Document

by Bruce Duyshart

Documents, such as drawings, memos and specifications, form an essential function in the design and construction industry. Throughout the lifecycle of a built asset, starting from an initial design idea, right...


Homegrown Honey Bees: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Beekeeping Your First Year, from Hiving to Honey Harvest

by Alethea Morrison & Mars Vilaubi

Discover the joys of harvesting honey from your own backyard. This introduction to beekeeping covers everything from acquiring your first bees to sampling delicious honey. Alethea Morrison outlines what you’ll...


Advanced Remote Sensing: Terrestrial Information Extraction and Applications

by Shunlin Liang, Xiaowen Li & Jindi Wang

Advanced Remote Sensing is an application-based reference that provides a single source of mathematical concepts necessary for remote sensing data gathering and assimilation. It presents state-of-the-art techniques...


Cellular Imaging Techniques for Neuroscience and Beyond

by Floris G. Wouterlood

The imaging of small cellular components requires powerful instruments, and an entire family of equipment and techniques based on the confocal principle has been developed over the past 30 years. Such methods...


Synthetic Vaccines

by Cornelius Melief

Advances in Immunology, a long-established and highly respected publication, presents current developments as well as comprehensive reviews in immunology. Articles address the wide range of topics that comprise...


Serengeti Story: Life and Science in the World's Greatest Wildlife Region

by Anthony Sinclair

Serengeti is arguably the most well-known and highly treasured conservation area in the world. In 1972 the United Nations meeting on National Parks and Protected Areas agreed to set up World Heritage Sites,...


Spitting Blood: The history of tuberculosis

by Helen Bynum

Tuberculosis is characterised as a social disease and few have been more inextricably linked with human history. There is evidence from the archaeological record that Mycobacterium tuberculosis and its human...


Relativity Simply Explained

by Martin Gardner

Since the publication of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity in 1905, the discovery of such astronomical phenomena as quasars, pulsars, and black holes — all intimately connected to relativity — has...