The Undercover Scientist: Investigating the Mishaps of Everyday Life

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Arrow Books, 2009 - Science - 247 pages
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"Honor Palmer has always been a fighter. First for her father's love, approval or even just his attention. When that failed, Honor switched her efforts to saving the family hotel. Now Honor wants to restore its reputation, its glitz and its guest list. But there's a new boy in town with a different plan"--Pub. description.

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Professor Peter Bentley is one of the most creative thinkers in computer science, working with scientists of all different disciplines to model virtual experiments. He is Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Computer Science, University College London and is known for his prolific research covering all aspects of Evolutionary Computation and Digital Biology. He is the author of the popular science books The Book of Numbers (Cassell Illustrated), Digital Biology (Simon and Schuster USA), and the academic books The PhD Application Handbook, Evolutionary Design by Computers, Creative Evolutionary Systems and On Growth, Form and Computers. He is the host of the Royal Institution's monthly Café Scientifique, contributing editor for Wired UK and a regular contributor to programming for the BBC and Discovery Channel.

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