Great Scientific Achievements, Volume 1
Salem Press, 1994 - Science - 1321 pages
Arranged in chronological order from the mid 1880s to 1994 which discuss scientific developments, discoveries, innovations and inventions ; covers subjects such as global warming, big bang theory, radioactivity, repair of Hubble space telescope, etc. ; each of the 10 volumes also contain 4 indexes : chronological list, alphabetical and key word list, a category list, and a personages index ; the final volume includes a subject index.
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Behring Discovers the Diphtheria Antitoxin
Evans Unearths Minoan Civilization
Kapteyn Determines the Rotation of the Galaxy
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