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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...


Arrival of the Fittest: Solving Evolution's Greatest Puzzle

by Andreas Wagner

"Natural selection can preserve innovations, but it cannot create them. Nature's many innovations-some uncannily perfect-call for natural principles that accelerate life's ability to innovate."

Darwin's theory...


Animal Behavior

by John Byers

Why do birds have regional accents? Can horses learn math? What do animals without eyes see? Questions such as these have fascinated scientists and animal lovers alike long before ethology — the study of animal...


Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth

by Carol J. Adams & Lori Gruen

Leading feminist scholars and activists as well as new voices introduce and explore themes central to contemporary ecofeminism.

Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth first offers...


Fundamentals of Biophysics

by Andrey B. Rubin

Biophysics is a science that comprises theoretical plotting and models based on contemporary physicochemical conceptions. They mirror physical specificity of the molecular organization and elementary processes...


Anatomy 360: The Ultimate Visual Guide to the Human Body

by Jamie Roebuck & Lorna Stevenson

Winner of the Gold Award in Reference from ForeWord’s 2011 Book of the Year Awards

Our bodies are a mystery to us. We may see our arms and legs move, but we have no idea how the muscles beneath look as they...


Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism

by Cornelius Hunter

The award winning author of Darwin's God exposes the religious presuppositions of scientific naturalism and suggests a solution.


The Stem Cell Hope: How Stem Cell Medicine Can Change Our Lives

by Alice Park

A landmark book by the senior science writer at Time magazine introduces us to a medical breakthrough that can save our lives.

Few people know much about stem cell research beyond the ethical questions raised...


The Lagoon: How Aristotle Invented Science

by Armand Marie Leroi

A brilliant study of Aristotle as biologist

The philosophical classics of Aristotle loom large over the history of Western thought, but the subject he most loved was biology. He wrote vast volumes about animals....


Do Zombies Dream of Undead Sheep?: A Neuroscientific View of the Zombie Brain

by Timothy Verstynen & Bradley Voytek

Even if you’ve never seen a zombie movie or television show, you could identify an undead ghoul if you saw one. With their endless wandering, lumbering gait, insatiable hunger, antisocial behavior, and apparently...