Ideas for Science Projects

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Franklin Watts, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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Ideas for Science Projects offers more than 100 project ideas in areas including astronomy, chemistry, physics, mechanics, psychology, botany, and zoology. Richard Adams has updated Robert Gardner's critically acclaimed book, providing dozens of ways that using a computer can simplify data collection and analysis as well as a thorough discussion of statistics, graphing, and spreadsheets.

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About the author (1997)

Richard Adams was born in 1920. In the mid-sixties he completed his first novel, "Watership Down, the story of which he originally told his children to while away time on a long car journey. His many other books include the novels "Shardik, The Plague Dogs, The Girl in a Swing, Maia and, "Traveller; his autobiography "The Day Gone By; and several books on the natural world. He and his wife, who have two daughters, live in the South of England.

Robert Gardner is an award-winning author of science books. He is a retired high school teacher of physics, chemistry, and physical sience. He lives with his wife, natalie, and enjoys writing, biking, and doing volunteer work.

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