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Silicon-on-Sapphire Circuits and Systems: Sensor and Biosensor Interfaces

by Eugenio Culurciello

The Latest Silicon-on-Sapphire CMOS Design and Fabrication Techniques

Develop high-performance SOS-based microsystems. Filled with examples, schematics, and charts, Silicon-on-Sapphire Circuits and Systems covers...


The Lost Fleet: The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from the Golden Age of Piracy

by Barry Clifford & Kenneth Kinkor

On January 2, 1678, a fleet of French ships sank off the Venezuelan coast. This proved disastrous for French naval power in the region, and sparked the rise of a golden age of piracy.

Tracing the lives of fabled...


Biosystems Engineering

by Ahindra Nag

Maximize productivity while minimizing environmental impact

Develop sustainable products, energy sources, and processes using the concepts and methods contained in this interdisciplinary resource. Biosystems...


Fire in the Night

by Stephen McGinty

The fire was visible seventy miles away as a distant, flickering flame on the horizon. The heat generated was so intense that a helicopter could only circle at a perimeter of one mile. Flying at a height of...


Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development

by Joseph Fiksel

An in-depth roadmap to sustainable product development

Drawing on the experiences of dozens of major corporations, Design for Environment, Second Edition, offers a business rationale for developing sustainable...


Don't Know Much About the Universe: Everything You Need to Know About Outer Space but Never Learned

by Kenneth C. Davis

Who dug those canals on Mars? What was the biblical Star of Bethlehem? Were the pyramids built by extraterrestrials?

From the ancients who charted the heavens to Star Trek, The X-Files, and Apollo 13, outer space...


Soundings

by Hali Felt

Her maps of the ocean floor have been called "one of the most remarkable achievements in modern cartography", yet no one knows her name.

 

Soundings is the story of the enigmatic, unknown woman behind one of...


Listen, Little Man!

by Wilhelm Reich, William Steig & Ralph Manheim

Listen, Little Man! is a great physician's quiet talk to each one of us, the average human being, the Little Man. Written in 1946 in answer to the gossip and defamation that plagued his remarkable career, it...


Industrial Power Engineering Handbook

by KC Agrawal

Never before has so much ground been covered in a single volume reference source. This five-part work is sure to be of great value to students, technicians and practicing engineers as well as equipment designers...


The Stargazer's Guide

by Emily Winterburn

Have you ever found yourself looking up at the starry night, wondering and wanting to know more?

Congratulations! You're a stargazer.

Unlike its more scientific sister astronomy, stargazing requires no equipment—except...


Warped Passages

by Lisa Randall

The universe has many secrets. It may hide additional dimensions of space other than the familier three we recognize. There might even be another universe adjacent to ours, invisible and unattainable . . . for...


Quick Arithmetic: A Self-Teaching Guide

by Robert A. Carman & Marilyn J. Carman

Master math at your own pace!

Does working with numbers often frustrate you? Do you need to brush up on your basic math skills? Do you feel math stands between you and your career goals, or a better grade at...


The Brightest Stars: Discovering the Universe through the Sky's Most Brilliant Stars

by Fred Schaaf

"Fred Schaaf is one of the most experienced astronomical observers of our time. For more than two decades, his view of the sky-what will be visible, when it will be visible, and what it will look like-has encouraged...


Who Turned Out the Lights?

by Scott Bittle & Jean Johnson

From the editors of PublicAgenda.org, an entertaining, irreverent, and absolutely essential nonpartisan guide to the energy crisis

Energy: It's a problem that never goes away (despite our best efforts as a nation...


Lousy Sex: Creating Self in an Infectious World

by Gerald N. Callahan

In Lousy Sex, Gerald Callahan explores the science of self, illustrating the immune system’s role in forming individual identity. Blending the scientific essay with deeply personal narratives, these poignant...


The Secret Life of Dust: From the Cosmos to the Kitchen Counter, the Big Consequences of Little Things

by Hannah Holmes

Hannah Holmes A mesmerizing expedition around our dusty world

Some see dust as dull and useless stuff. But in the hands of author Hannah Holmes, it becomes a dazzling and mysterious force; Dust, we discover,...


It Doesn't Take a Rocket Scientist: Great Amateurs of Science

by John Malone

Did you know. . .

. . . that the woman who discovered the largest and most complete T. rex fossil on record was a high-school dropout who became one of the world's greatest fossil hunters? . . . that the great...


Unsolved Mysteries of Science: A Mind-Expanding Journey Through a Universe of Big Bangs, Particle Waves, and Other Perplexing Concepts

by John Malone

A LIVELY EXPLORATION OF THE BIGGEST QUESTIONS IN SCIENCE

How Did the Universe Begin?

The Big Bang has been the accepted theory for decades, but does it explain everything?

How Did Life on Earth Get Started?

What...


The Bit and the Pendulum: From Quantum Computing to M Theory--The New Physics of Information

by Tom Siegfried

"Funny, clear, deep, and right on target. [Siegfried] lets us get a handle on ideas that are essential for understanding the evolving world."

-K. C. Cole, author of The Universe and the Teacup

"An eager, ambitious...


Scientific American The Amateur Astronomer

by Scientific American & Shawn Carlson

From the longest running column in Scientific American's history comes this collection of fascinating projects for amateur astronomers

For over seventy years, "The Amateur Scientist" column in Scientific American...