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Scientifica

The Comprehensive Guide to the World of Science

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Published by Millennium House Pty Ltd .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages512
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27305260M
ISBN 101921209674
ISBN 109781921209673
OCLC/WorldCa620128299

SCIENTIFICA - The Comprehensive Guide To The World Of Science. Easton Press. The Comprehensive Guide To The World Of Science. This book is clean and tight. It End date: new book: pandemics, global health and consumer choices, download here CYNTHIA SCHUCK-PAIM, WLADIMIR J. ALONSO AND COLLABORATORS Independent researchers on global health, mathematical modelling, and the promotion of transparency for scientific and social advancement through robust data analysis.

Scientifica Historica is an illustrated, accessible review of those books that marked the development of science from ancient civilizations to the new millennium. The book is divided into five eras and explores the leading scientific pioneers, discoveries and books within them. Ancient World – looks at the beginnings of language, plus the first ever scientific documents produced and translatedBrand: Ivy Press. Scientifica Historica is an illustrated, accessible review of those books that marked the development of science from ancient civilizations to the new millennium. The book is divided into five eras and explores the leading scientific pioneers, discoveries and books within them:Ancient World – looks at the beginnings of language, plus the first ever scientific documents produced and.

  Of special note is an informative introduction to the history and development of writing and books in general, and a list of the greatest science books published. From carvings and scrolls to glossy bound tomes, "Scientifica Historica" beautifully illustrates the evolution of scientific communication to the world.   Scientifica Historica How the World's Great Science Books Chart the History of Knowledge (Book): Clegg, Brian: Scientifica Historica is a unique, essay-based review of those books that marked the development of science from classical times to the new millennium. The result is a fascinating chronological exploration of human endeavour within the context of society, politics and .


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