Science is at work all around us, playing a role in everything from solving a crime to pitching a baseball. Science Encounters takes readers behind the scenes of their favorite interests where they'll learn about the scientific principles that make our world work. Fact files offer tidbits about the first, longest, biggest, and other records.
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