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  • Human Paleobiologyby Robert B. Eckhardt

    Cambridge University Press 2000; US$ 58.00

    This book explores adaptability and variation in past and present human populations. more...

  • Drug Discoveryby Robert A. Maxwell; Shohreh B. Eckhardt

    Humana Press 2012; US$ 126.87

    This treatise had its origins in the authors' strong opinion that the discovery of new drugs, especially of innovative therapeutic agents, really does not happen as a spontaneous sequel to investiga­ tive research, no matter how penetrating such research may be. Rather, it seemed to us that the discovery of innovative therapeutic agents was a very... more...

  • The Hobbit Trapby Maciej Henneberg; Robert B Eckhardt; John Schofield

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 29.95

    When scientists found the remains of a tiny hominid on an Indonesian in 2004, they claimed they found a totally new species of human ancestor (homo floresiensis), and called it a Hobbit. Film crews rolled in and the little creature took the world by storm, but a group of prominent scientists, including Maciej Henneberg and Robert Eckhardt, smelled... more...

  • The Endurance Paradoxby Thomas J Whipple; Robert B Eckhardt

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 39.95

    The endurance athlete faces a paradox?you?re going farther and faster, you?re feeling stronger, but your bones are getting weaker. New, compelling evidence shows that the very activities that expand our mental and physical abilities may be reducing the durability of our skeletons. In this book, Thomas Whipple, a leading orthopaedic clinical specialist,... more...

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