Have you every wondered how space rockets are launched? Why chilies are hot? How crimes are solved? This series puts the spotlight on science in the World around us. In addition to exploring a variety of science phenomena, each book contains a mini experiment, a profile of a scientist working in this field, and a historical time line of related scientific events. How does a microwave work? Why does food spoil? What makes cakes and bread rise? Investigate topics ranging from the chemicals found in various foods to the process of cooking or baking.
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