435 books (22 pages) in this category
by Jack Challoner
From the abacus to the zipper, <i>1001 Inventions That Changed The World</i> is a fascinating catalog of scientific and technological breakthroughs that have had a formative and lasting impact on the human experience. ...
by Richard Wiseman
Attracting over 350 million views, Richard Wiseman's Quirkology YouTube channel has attracted legions of fans with its engaging blend of science and illusion. In this astonishing collection of fun tricks and puzzles you will discover the ...
The Quest to Find the True Age of the Universe and the Theory of Everything
by John Gribbin
Popular science master John Gribbin tackles the very biggest question modern science has to answer. ...
The 50 most mindblowing ideas in neuroscience, each explained in half a minute
by Anil Seth
The 50 most mindblowing ideas in neuroscience, each explained in half a minute. ...
The 50 most thought-provoking economic theories, each explained in half a minute
by Donald Marron
A brilliant introduction to economic principles and history. ...
The 50 fundamentals of his work, life and legacy, each explained in half a minute
by Brian Clegg
Spend 30 seconds a day in the company of a colossus from the world of science, and you will soon have his whole story - both his scientific attainments and his extraordinary life - in your head. ...
The 50 crucial milestones, treatments and technologies in the history of health, each explained in half a minute
by Gabrielle M Finn
Find out the answers to all your medicinal questions in <i>30-Second Medicine</i>. ...
The 50 most fundamental concepts in physics, each explained in half a minute
by Quarto UK
<i>30-Second Physics</i> tackles the big ideas behind life as we know it, from electromagnetic waves that enable us to connect in an instant from opposite ends of the earth to the gravity that keeps our feet firmly on the ground. ...
by Nicky Jenner
Mars is ingrained in our culture, from David Bowie 's extra-terrestrial spiders to H.G. Wells's <i>The War of the Worlds</i>. The red planet has inspired hundreds of scientists, authors and filmmakers but why' What is it about this ...
by Hayley Birch
by Moheb Costandi
by Tony Crilly
by Joanne Baker
by Gail Dixon
by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
<b>Welcome to the wonderful world of </b><b>Dr Karl: where oddities are embraced, facts reign supreme, curiosity is king and brightly coloured shirts are compulsory! </b> <b> "Dr Karl is Australia's incumbent President of Science" <i>The ...
by Inc. Anaxos
The Hunt for Cosmic Beauty in Numbers
by Robert Crease
Key concepts and where they come from
by Luke Heaton
The Science of Complex Systems in Business, Life, and Society
by John Miller
by Kathryn Harkup
Agatha Christie's detailed plotting is what makes her books so compelling. Christie used poison to kill her characters more often than any other murder method, with the poison itself being a central part of the novel, and her choice of deadly ...