Almanac of Science and Technology: What's New and What's Known
Richard Golob, Eric Brus
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990 - Science - 530 pages
The almanac covers the areas of science and technology that most fascinate the public: astronomy, biology, brain and behavior, chemistry, computer science, earth science, environment, medicine, and physics.
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The increasing trend toward specialization has made it difficult for scholars to stay current with all areas of science. This book addresses the problem by pulling together in one volume a unique ... Read full review