How the World Works: A Guide to Science's Greatest Discoveries

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Morrow, 1986 - Science - 378 pages
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"Explanations of the people and discoveries that have contributed to our world view today" including "24 major scientic concepts everyone should know ... A-Z format."

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Boyce Rensberger has been a science writer and science editor for more than 30 years, including long stints at the New York Times and the Washington Post. He now directs the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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