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  1. Almost Everyone's Guide To Science: The Universe, Life and Everything by John Gribbin

    Almost Everyone's Guide To Science: The Universe, Life and Everything by John Gribbin

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    An introduction to the central facts, evidence and issues of modern science, from black holes to DNA, from the big bang to the workings of the brain Learn More
  2. Visions: How Science Will Revolutionize the 21st Century and Beyond by Michio Kaku

    Visions: How Science Will Revolutionize the 21st Century and Beyond by Michio Kaku

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    Physicist Michio Kaku looks to the future and guides the reader through the science of the next century in this volume. His vision is based on the pioneering efforts by theoreticians and the most current laboratory research. Learn More
  3. BTEC First in Applied Science: Principles of Applied Science Unit 1 Revision Guide: Unit 1 by Jennifer Stafford-Brown

    BTEC First in Applied Science: Principles of Applied Science Unit 1 Revision Guide: Unit 1 by Jennifer Stafford-Brown

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    This Revision Guide has been specifically written for externally assessed Unit 1: Principles of Science in Award 1 of the Level 2 BTEC Firsts in Applied Science. The guide is organised by the assessment structure of the qualification and gives students guidance on the external assessment. Learn More
  4. How to Live Forever: And 34 Other Really Interesting Uses of Science by Alok Jha

    How to Live Forever: And 34 Other Really Interesting Uses of Science by Alok Jha

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    Everything you ever wanted to know about science in 35 bite size chapters. Learn More
  5. I Used to Know That: General Science by Marianne Taylor

    I Used to Know That: General Science by Marianne Taylor

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    I Used To Know That: General Science is an easy and accessible trip down memory lane, helping you remember all those useful things from school which you have now forgotten. Learn More
  6. Atom by Piers Bizony

    Atom by Piers Bizony

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    Tells the story of the young misfit New Zealander, Ernest Rutherford, who showed that the atom consisted mainly of empty space, a discovery that turned 200 years of classical physics on its head, and Dane, Niels Bohr, who made the next great leap into the world of quantum theory. Learn More
  7. The Emerging Mind: The BBC Reith Lectures 2003 by Vilayanur Ramachandran

    The Emerging Mind: The BBC Reith Lectures 2003 by Vilayanur Ramachandran

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    Neuroscientists have gathered empirical evidence about consciousness and human nature. This evidence begins to give substance to some of the intuitive leaps made in the 19th and early 20th century about the nature of the self. This book presents an introduction to the thinking on the brain and the mind by some of the world's leading experts. Learn More
  8. Why the Lion Grew Its Mane: A Miscellany of Recent Scientific Discoveries from Astronomy to Zoology by Lewis Smith

    Why the Lion Grew Its Mane: A Miscellany of Recent Scientific Discoveries from Astronomy to Zoology by Lewis Smith

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    Presents a collection of various discoveries that overturn popular conceptions, enter realms that were the preserve of science fiction. This book states that whatever the fields being investigated, the research provides intriguing insights into the creation of the universe, how life functions, what came before us, and what the future holds. Learn More
  9. The Origin of Humankind by Richard E. Leakey

    The Origin of Humankind by Richard E. Leakey

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    Provides an account of how the early ape-men of the African Savanna developed. The author has always been interested in more than the physical features presented by fossils, and here he is concerned with non-tangible human attributes such as economic co-operation, art and language. Learn More
  10. e=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanis

    e=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanis

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    'David Bodanis attempts to expalin the meaning, beauty and implications of the most famous equation in physics. Thanks to his clarity, wit and enthusiasm, he succeeds.' Simon Singh, Daily Telegraph Learn More

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