Chronology of Science: From Stonehenge to the Human Genome Project
ABC-CLIO, 2002 - Reference - 566 pages
From the Stone Age to the Information Age, this one-volume reference work puts the basic road map of scientific progress at the reader's fingertips.
* 16 feature essays on critical scientific achievements such as the origins of mathematics, the discovery of X-rays, and the discovery of the structure of DNA
* Hundreds of illustrations, diagrams such as molecular structures and polymerization, and photographs of key scientists such as John Muir, Rachel Carson, and James Lovelock
* Over 800 brief bibliographies of key scientists from every age and continent
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