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Biological Drug Products: Development and Strategies

by Wei Wang & Manmohan Singh

Tested and proven solutions to the challenges of biological drug product development

Biological drug products play a central role in combating human diseases; however, developing new successful biological drugs...


Stem Cell Now

by Christopher Thomas Scott

While many believe stem cell research holds the key to curing a wide range of ailments, others see this research as opening a Pandora’s box that will devalue human life.

In Stem Cell Now, Christopher Scott—executive...


The Descent of Man: The Concise Edition

by Charles Darwin & Carl Zimmer

The most accessible edition ever published of Darwin?s incendiary classic, edited by ?as fine a science essayist as we have? (New York Times)

The Descent of Man, Darwin?s second landmark work on evolutionary...


Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany

by Robert Clarke & Mark Merlin

Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary exploration of the natural origins and early evolution of this famous plant, highlighting its historic role in the development of human...


Raccoons: A Natural History

by Samuel I. Zeveloff

The word raccoon is drawn from the Native American Algonquian language. Their term arakun roughly translates to “he who scratches with his hands.” Anyone who has found a raccoon rummaging around in a once...


The Ethics of Food: A Reader for the Twenty-First Century

by Gregory E. Pence

In The Ethics of Food, Gregory E. Pence brings together a collection of voices who share the view that the ethics of genetically modified food is among the most pressing societal questions of our time. This...


Ceremonial Time: Fifteen Thousand Years on One Square Mile

by John Hanson Mitchell

A magical book that turns one modest square mile of exurban land into the most remarkably fascinating place


Bugs In The System: Insects And Their Impact On Human Affairs

by May R. Berenbaum

An introduction to insect physiology, genetics and behaviour which looks at the interaction between humans and insects, and explores both the positive and negative aspects of the relationship.


First Book in Physiology and Hygiene

by John Harvey Kellogg

This book is intended for children. The special object which the author has aimed to accomplish in the preparation of this work are: To present in a simple manner such anatomical and physiological facts as shall...


Believing: The Neuroscience of Fantasies, Fears, and Convictions

by Michael McGuire

A new book about brain chemistry, neural systems, and the formation of beliefs from the scientist who brought to light serotonin's many crucial roles in human behavior.

     

Beliefs: What are they? How...


Our Political Nature: The Evolutionary Origins of What Divides Us

by Avi Tuschman

The first book to tell the natural history of political orientations. 

 

     Our Political Nature is the first book to reveal the hidden roots of our most deeply held moral values. It shows how political...


Yes, You Can Grow Roses

by Judy Barrett

We hear roses are hard to grow. . . . We hear they require constant care and treatment. . . . Depending on where we live, we hear they can’t stand the heat . . . the cold . . . the humidity . . . the arid...


Farming and the Fate of Wild Nature: Essays in Conservation-Based Agriculture

by Daniel Imhoff & Jo Ann Baumgartner

Farming and the Fate of Wild Nature addresses an urgent and complex issue facing communities and cultures throughout the world: the need for heightened land stewardship and conservation in an era of diminishing...


Judaism And Environmental Ethics: A Reader

by Martin D. Yaffe

Martin D. Yaffe's Judaism and Environmental Ethics: A Reader is a well-conceived exploration of three interrelated questions: Does the Hebrew Bible, or subsequent Jewish tradition, teach environmental responsibility...


The Species Problem: Biological Species, Ontology, and the Metaphysics of Biology

by David N. Stamos

Stamos squarely confronts the problem of determining what a biological species is, whether species are real, and the nature of their reality. He critically considers the evolution of the major contemporary views...


Metaepistemology and Skepticism

by Richard A. Fumerton

In this excellent treatment of the internalism-externalism debate in contemporary epistemology, Richard Fumerton explores its implications for traditional skeptical concerns. When one fully understands these...


Quality of Life in Jewish Bioethics

by Noam J. Zohar

This anthology of original essays by leading thinkers in the field gathers together in one place voices from diverse theological and practical commitments. Unlike other publications on Jewish bioethics, it adopts...


Values and Objectivity in Science: The Current Controversy about Transgenic Crops

by Hugh Lacey

This book offers an account of how values play an important role within scientific practices, and how this account illuminates many ethical issues that arise concerning scientific practices and applications....


Environmental Problem Solving: A How-To Guide

by Jeffrey W. Hughes

A practical, user-friendly toolbox of skills, solutions, and tips for addressing the "people factor" in environmental challenges.


Who's Afraid of Charles Darwin?: Debating Feminism and Evolutionary Theory

by Griet Vandermassen & Margo Wilson

The relationship between feminism and the biological sciences has always been particularly tense and hostile. Feminists have been inclined not to trust what scientists had to say about the sexes, with science...