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Death: The Scientific Facts to Help Us Understand It Better

by Richard Beliveau & Denis Gingras

Our love of life makes the inevitability of death very difficult to accept. Death is a comprehensive examination of that inevitable and universal human experience. To better our understanding of death--and...


Mind and Reality: The Space-Time Window

by Wolfram Schommers

The relationship between mind and reality is usually perceived as an event that takes place in reality and producing simultaneously an internal image in the mind. So it takes place twice, so to speak, and there...


When We Die

by Cedric Mims

An unusually comprehensive study of death as both a social and scientific phenomenon, When We Die is as frank as it is informed. This far-reaching discussion considers mortality from the personal and the universal...


How to Defeat Your Own Clone: And Other Tips for Surviving the Biotech Revolution

by Kyle Kurpinski

Send in the clones! On second thought, maybe not.

 

CAN IT READ MY MIND?

WILL IT BE EVIL?

HOW DO I STOP IT?

 

Find out the answers to these and other burning questions in this funny, informative, and ingenious book...


Molecular Medical Microbiology, Three-Volume Set

by Yi-Wei Tang, Max Sussman & Dongyou Liu

The molecular age has brought about dramatic changes in medical microbiology, and great leaps in our understanding of the mechanisms of infectious disease. Molecular Medical Microbiology is the first book to...


The Invisible History of the Human Race: How DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures

by Christine Kenneally

How biology, psychology, and history shape us as individuals

We are doomed to repeat history if we fail to learn from it, but how are we affected by the forces that are invisible to us? In The Invisible History...


The Neurotourist: Postcards from the Edge of Brain Science

by Lone Frank

Discover the true heart of humanity: the brain Your brain shapes your world, but you can also shape your brain. From the God helmet to the No Lie MRI, award-winning journalist Lone Frank embarks on an incredible...


My Beautiful Genome: Exposing Our Genetic Future, One Quirk at a Time

by Lone Frank

What if you could predict your future – which political party you will vote for, what kind of person you will marry, which disease will end your life, whether your blue mood will fester into something more...


Cancer: A Beginner's Guide

by Paul Scotting

Cancer is the second biggest killer in the world, but few of us understand how it works or how it is treated. In this illuminating introduction, Paul Scotting explains the science behind the disease and explores...


Biodiversity: A Beginner's Guide

by John Spicer

In this steadfast and yet witty guide, biologist John Spicer examines biodiversity, giving the reader an insight into the myriad of organisms that surround us.


The Brain: A Beginner's Guide

by Ammar Al-Chalabi, R. Shane Delamont & Martin R. Turner

It has been remarked that if the brain were so simple we could understand it, we would be so simple we couldn’t. Commencing with a brief history of neuroscience, from the ancient practice of drilling holes...


Genetics: A Beginner's Guide

by Burton Guttman, Anthony Griffiths & David Suzuki

This is a new introduction for readers who wish to know more about the science that is changing our world.


Why Don't Spiders Stick to Their Webs?: And 317 Other Everyday Mysteries of Science

by Robert Matthews

Why can’t we tickle ourselves? When can you drive through the end of a rainbow? What would happen if you fell into a black hole? Is it ever possible to hurt your brain by thinking too much? Most of the great...


The Submerging Church

by Russ Miller & Jim Dobkins

Over 85% of Christian youth stop attending church once they leave home. Why? Many pastors gloss over or skip entirely the Bible's foundational chapters: the first eleven chapters of Genesis. Russ Miller exposes...


Darwinian Delusion

by Russ Miller & Jim Dobkins

This book subjects the claims of Darwiniasm to the microscope of true science, and documents how true science supports the Creation account in the Book of Genesis.


Where Do Camels Belong?: Why Invasive Species Aren't All Bad

by Ken Thompson

Where do camels belong? In the Arab world is the obvious answer. But they are relative newcomers there. They evolved and lived for tens of millions of years in North America, while today they retain their greatest...


Natural Products Analysis: Instrumentation, Methods, and Applications

by Vladimir Havlicek & Jaroslav Spizek

This book highlights analytical chemistry instrumentation and practices applied to the analysis of natural products and their complex mixtures, describing techniques for isolating and characterizing natural...


Developing the Environment: Problems & Management

by C J Barrow

This book presents a comprehensive overview of global environmental problems - past, present and future - examining their roots and implications and suggesting, where possible, ways in which they might be mitigated...


Your Atomic Self

by Curt Stager

What do atoms have to do with your life? In Your Atomic Self, scientist Curt Stager reveals how they connect you to some of the most amazing things in the universe.

You will follow your oxygen atoms through fire...


The Microflora of Lakes and Its Geochemical Activity

by S. I. Kuznetsov & Carl H. Oppenheimer

The geochemical processes that take place in water bodies do not stem entirely from the activity of bacteria, but are also determined by the biological activity of higher plants and animals. The Microflora of...