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Optimal Learning

by Warren B. Powell & Ilya O. Ryzhov

Learn the science of collecting information to make effective decisions

Everyday decisions are made without the benefit of accurate information. Optimal Learning develops the needed principles for gathering information...


The Origins of Modern Humans: Biology Reconsidered

by Fred H. Smith & James C. Ahern

This update to the award-winning The Origins of Modern Humans: A World Survey of the Fossil Evidence covers the most accepted common theories concerning the emergence of modern Homo sapiens—adding fresh insight...


Transition-Metal-Mediated Aromatic Ring Construction

by Ken Tanaka

State-of-the-science methods, synthetic routes, and strategies to construct aromatic rings

The development of new reactions for the synthesis of aromatic compounds is a highly active research area in organic...


A Practical Guide to Critical Thinking: Deciding What to Do and Believe

by David Hunter

A practical introduction to critical thinking across various disciplines

Knowing how to think critically about what to believe and what to do is essential for success in both academic and professional environments....


Laughter: A Scientific Investigation

by RobertR. Provine

Do men and women laugh at the same things?

Is laughter contagious?

Has anyone ever really died laughing?

Is laughing good for your health?

Drawing upon ten years of research into this most common-yet complex and...


The Science Class You Wish You Had (Revised Edition): The Seven Greatest Scientific Discoveries in History and the People Who Made Them

by D. Brody & A. Brody

What does E=mc2 really mean? What is DNA? What was the big bang? These scientific concepts have changed our perception of the world...but for many of us they remain mysteries, bits and pieces of information...


Noise

by Bart Kosko

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Before the Dawn: Recovering the Lost History of Our Ancestors

by Nicholas Wade

Nicholas Wade’s articles are a major reason why the science section has become the most popular, nationwide, in the New York Times. In his groundbreaking Before the Dawn, Wade reveals humanity’s origins...


Relativity: The Special and the General Theory

by Albert Einstein

Robert Geroch builds on Einstein's work with commentary that addresses the ideas at the heart of the theory, bringing a modern understanding of relativity to the text. He elucidates how special relativity is...


The Red Hourglass: Lives of the Predators

by Gordon Grice

Snake venom that digests human flesh. A building cleared of every living thing by a band of tiny spiders. An infant insect eating its living prey from within, saving the vital organs for last. These are among...


A Mathematician at the Ballpark: Odds and Probabilities for Baseball Fans

by Ken Ross

In A Mathematician at the Ballpark, professor Ken Ross reveals the math behind the stats. This lively and accessible book shows baseball fans how to harness the power of made predictions and better understand...


The View From the Center of the Universe: Discovering Our Extraordinary Place in the Cosmos

by Joel R. Primack

In this strikingly original book, a world-renowned cosmologist and an innovative writer of the history and philosophy of science uncover an astonishing truth: Humans actually are central to the universe. What...


Reflections on the Musical Mind: An Evolutionary Perspective

by Jay Schulkin & Robert O. Gjerdingen

What’s so special about music? We experience it internally, yet at the same time it is highly social. Music engages our cognitive/affective and sensory systems. We use music to communicate with one another--and...


Assessment of Safety and Risk with a Microscopic Model of Detonation

by C.-O. Leiber

This unique book is a store of less well-known explosion and

detonation phenomena, including also data and experiences related to

safety risks. It highlights the shortcomings of the current

engineering codes based...


Handbook of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry: Applications to inorganic and miscellaneous materials

by Michael E. Brown & Patrick K. Gallagher

This is the second volume of a four volume set intended to describe the techniques and applications of thermoanalytical and calorimetric methods. The general techniques and methodology are covered extensively...


Environmental Compliance Made Easy: A Checklist Approach for Industry

by Andre R., Sr. Cooper

The newly revised and thoroughly updated Environmental Compliance Made Easy handbook from Government Institutes' popular 'Made Easy' series reorganizes thousands of pages worth of federal environmental regulatory...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to String Theory

by George Musser

We're living in the midst of a scientific revolution that's captured the general public's attention and imagination. The aim of this new revolution is to develop a "theory of everything"-a set of laws of physics...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organic Chemistry

by Ian Guch

With topics such as stereochemistry, carboxylic acids, and unsaturated hydrocarbons, it's no wonder so many students have a bad reaction to organic chemistry class. Fortunately, this guide gives college students...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Global Warming, 2nd Edition

by Michael Tennesen

Revisiting the most important topic of our time. The rapid warming of the Earth's climate has been a concern for decades. Though many of us understand that temperatures will-on average-rise, the science and...


When Science Goes Wrong

by Simon LeVay

Brilliant scientific successes have helped shape our world, and are always celebrated. However, for every victory, there are no doubt numerous little-known blunders. Neuroscientist Simon LeVay brings together...