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Science 1001 : absolutely everything that matters in science

Author: Paul Parsons
Publisher: London : Quercus, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Science 1001 provides clear and concise explanations of the most fundamental and fascinating scientific concepts. Distilled into 1001 bite-sized mini-essays arranged thematically, this unique reference book moves steadily from the basics through to the most advanced of ideas, making it the ideal guide for novices and science enthusiasts.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Parsons
ISBN: 9781848660625 1848660626
OCLC Number: 619210745
Description: pages cm
Contents: Physics --
Chemistry --
Biology --
The earth --
Space --
Health and medicine --
Social science --
Knowledge, information and computing --
Applied science --
Future.
Responsibility: Paul Parsons.

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The ultimate reference guide to the worlds of science - from quantum theory and the origin of life, to genetic modification and space exploration.  Read more...

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