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  1. The Invention of Air: An experiment, a journey, a new country and the amazing force of scientific discovery by Stephen T. Johnson

    The Invention of Air: An experiment, a journey, a new country and the amazing force of scientific discovery by Stephen T. Johnson

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    In 1794, Joseph Priestley - amateur scientist, ordained minister and radical thinker - set sail for America to escape persecution. In this title, the author tells his story: the discovery of oxygen, the invention of a science, the founding of a church, and, with the great minds of his time, the development of the United States itself. Learn More
  2. Sexing the Brain by Lesley J. Rogers

    Sexing the Brain by Lesley J. Rogers

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    This text explores the sex differences in brain and behaviour. It shows how, in each age, scientific claims about sex and gender differences have reflected the culture of the time, and brings to light the role of culture and environment in the formation of behavioural traits. Learn More
  3. The Sciences Good Study Guide by Andy Northedge
  4. The Lost Dinosaurs: Discovering the Astonishing Secrets of Dinosaurs by Luis M. Chiappe

    The Lost Dinosaurs: Discovering the Astonishing Secrets of Dinosaurs by Luis M. Chiappe

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    The account of one of the most significant dinosaur fossil finds in recent years: a treasure trove of ancient eggs, some containing the embryos of sauropod dinosaurs. The authors interweave chapters on their field adventures with ones on the history and consequences of scientific discovery. Learn More
  5. What We Believe But Cannot Prove by John Brockman

    What We Believe But Cannot Prove by John Brockman

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    The "crack cocaine of the thinking world", according to the BBC -- a riveting collection of thought-experiments from the world's leading scientists on what they believe to be true, but can't yet prove. Learn More
  6. A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper: Making Sense of the Numbers in the Headlines by John Allen Paulos

    A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper: Making Sense of the Numbers in the Headlines by John Allen Paulos

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    From crime figures to health scares, election polls to stock market forecasts, numbers make the news all the time. But are they accurate? This title travels through the pages of an average newspaper, revealing how mathematics is at the heart of the articles we read everyday - even horoscopes and the sports pages - and how often they mislead us. Learn More
  7. How to Make a Tornado: The Strange and Wonderful Things That Happen When Scientists Break Free by New Scientist

    How to Make a Tornado: The Strange and Wonderful Things That Happen When Scientists Break Free by New Scientist

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    Part of the "New Scientist" series, this book investigates everything from what it's like to die, to exploding trousers and recycled urine. Learn More
  8. The Earth and Its Place in the Universe by
  9. Why are Orangutans Orange?: Science Puzzles in Pictures - With Fascinating Answers by New Scientist

    Why are Orangutans Orange?: Science Puzzles in Pictures - With Fascinating Answers by New Scientist

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    Why don't Penguins' feet freeze? Do Polar Bears get lonely? and Why can't elephants jump? (2010), this collection gives well-informed answers to a range of baffling science questions. Learn More
  10. At the Edge of Uncertainty: 11 Discoveries Taking Science by Surprise by Michael Brooks

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