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- Oneworld Publications 2012; US$ 15.99
Often, thinking seriously about outlandish problems is the only way to make progress in science. The rest of the time, it?s hilarious. Marc Abrahams, the founder of the famous Ig Nobel prizes, offers an addictive, wryly funny exposť of the oddest, most imaginative, and just plain improbable research from around the world. He looks into why books... more...
- Oneworld Publications 2014; US$ 15.99
Marc Abrahams collects the odd, the imaginative, and the brilliantly improbable from around the world. Here he investigates research on the ins and outs of the very improbable evolutionary innovation that is the human body (brain included). This Is Improbable Too explores the odd questions that researchers are asking, such as: What's the best way... more...
- Princeton University Press 2012; US$ 19.95 US$ 18.15
X and the City , a book of diverse and accessible math-based topics, uses basic modeling to explore a wide range of entertaining questions about urban life. How do you estimate the number of dental or doctor's offices, gas stations, restaurants, or movie theaters in a city of a given size? How can mathematics be used to maximize traffic flow through... more...
- Adams Media 2014; US$ 18.99
The science behind, "But, why?" Don't get caught off guard by your kids' science questions! You and your family can learn all about the ins and outs of chemistry, biology, physics, the human body, and our planet with Dad's Book of Awesome Science Experiments . From Rock Candy Crystals to Magnetic Fields, each of these fun science projects features... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2011; US$ 13.29
Foreword by Jacques F. Vallee Introduction by Burt Rutan Commentary by Tom Clancy A never-before-heard firsthand account of a government insider's experience on the cutting edge of UFO exploration While still on active duty in the U.S. Army during the 1980s, Colonel John B. Alexander, Ph.D., created an interagency group to explore... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2017; US$ 18.99
What's the best way to sort your laundry? Why is Facebook so good at predicting what you like? How do you find new music? Readers around the world have embraced Ali Almossawi's whimsical illustrations and his funny, clarifying explanations of complex subjects. In Bad Choices Almossawi demystifies a new topic of increasing relevance to our... more...
- Henry Holt and Co. 2013; US$ 6.79
What makes your garden grow? Find out with author Mia Amato's The Garden Explored. This book offers a basketful of tips on understanding everything from basic soil chemistry to the inner life of plants. With Mia Amato as your guide, discover the unexpected science of plants, soil, sun and seasons. more...
- Maker Media, Inc 2012; US$ 4.99
Want to build your own satellite and launch it into space? It?s easier than you may think. The first in a series of four books, this do-it-yourself guide shows you the essential steps needed to design a base picosatellite platform?complete with a solar-powered computer-controlled assembly?tough enough to withstand a rocket launch and survive in orbit... more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 2013; US$ 134.00 US$ 121.94
The Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI) was founded at Nagoya University in 2010 under the directorship of T Maskawa, in celebration of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics for M Kobayashi and T Maskawa, both who are alumni of Nagoya University. In commemoration of the new KMI building in 2011, the KMI Inauguration... more...