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  • High Gradient Accelerating Structureby W. Gai

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2014; US$ 127.00

    This proceedings volume, for the symposium in honor of Junwen Wang's 70th anniversary, is dedicated to his many important achievements in the field of accelerator physics. It includes the discussions of recent advances and challenging problems in the field of high gradient accelerating structure development. Contents: Juwen Wang and High-Gradient... more...

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Science Fair Projectsby Nancy O'Leary; Susan Shelly

    DK Publishing 2003; US$ 18.95

    Includes 50 project ideas! Offering one-stop shopping for all readers' science fair needs, including 50 projects covering all science disciplines and rated from beginner through advanced, this book takes students and parents through the entire scientific method. Includes: ? Choosing the right project ? Fun projects, like how much... more...

  • How to Fossilize Your Hamsterby Mick O'Hare

    Henry Holt and Co. 2008; US$ 17.99

    Outrageously entertaining and educational experiments from the team behind the phenomenal international bestseller Does Anything Eat Wasps?   How can you measure the speed of light with a bar of chocolate and a microwave oven? To keep a banana from decaying, are you better off rubbing it with lemon juice or refrigerating it? How can you figure... more...

  • In the Name of Scienceby Andrew Goliszek

    St. Martin's Press 2003; US$ 8.99

    Science, as Andrew Goliszek proves in this compendious, chilling, and eye-opening book, has always had its dark side. Behind the bright promise of life-saving vaccines and life-enhancing technologies lies the true cost of the efforts to develop them. Knowledge has a price; often that price has been human suffering. The ethical limits governing use... more...

  • How to Build a Hovercraftby Stephen Voltz; Fritz Grobe

    Chronicle Books LLC 2013; US$ 19.99

    From the Coke and Mentos fountain makers who found initial fame via Maker Faire and YouTube (more than 150 million views!) comes this collection of DIY science projects guaranteed to inspire a love of experimentation. Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz, also known as EepyBird, share their favorite projects: a giant air vortex cannon, a leaf blower hovercraft,... more...

  • This Is Improbableby Marc Abrahams

    Oneworld Publications 2012; US$ 15.95

    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 exposé of the oddest, most imaginative, and just plain improbable research from around the world. He looks into why books... more...

  • Absinthe & Flamethrowersby William Gurstelle

    Chicago Review Press 2009; US$ 13.99

    Written for reasonable risk takers and suburban dads who want to add more excitement to their lives, this daring combination of science, history, and DIY projects explains why danger is good for you and details the art of living dangerously. All of the projects—from throwing knives, drinking absinthe, and eating fugu to cracking a bull whip, learning... more...

  • Experimente mit selbst gebauten Geigerzählern, Funken- und Nebelkammernby Thomas Rapp

    Franzis Verlag 2009; US$ 20.76

    Das physikalische Phänomen der Radioaktivität war lange Zeit nur Wissenschaftlern bekannt. Obwohl durch das "Gleichgewicht des Schreckens" nukleare Kriege vermieden wurden, hat das "Atom" seit dieser Zeit für viele Menschen nichts von seinem Schrecken verloren. Für sich gesehen ist die Radioaktivität aber eine natürliche Eigenschaft... more...

  • Handbook in Design of Experimentsby Douglas C. Montgomery; Rachel T. Johnson; Bradley Jones; Connie M. Borror

    Wiley 2015; US$ 175.00

    Written by four experts in the field, this comprehensive collection of experimental design tools and their associated methods of data analysis is a convenient handbook for practitioners and students alike. It seeks to provide a practical one-stop reference on experimental design with a focus on industrial experiments as employed in science and engineering... more...

  • The Prism and the Pendulumby Robert Crease

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 16.00

    Is science beautiful? Yes, argues acclaimed philosopher and historian of science Robert P. Crease in this engaging exploration of history?s most beautiful experiments. The result is an engrossing journey through nearly 2,500 years of scientific innovation. Along the way, we encounter glimpses into the personalities and creative thinking of some of... more...