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  • Nuclear Law Bulletin: Germanyby OECD Publishing; Nuclear Energy Agency

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2003; US$ 33.00

    The Nuclear Energy Agency's twice yearly bulletin on developments in nuclear law and regulation. This supplement has the full text of Germany's Act on the Peaceful Utilisation of Atomic Energy and the Protection against its hazards as amended on 22 April 2002. more...

  • Kitchen Floor Vacuum Formerby Bob Knetzger

    Maker Media, Inc 2009; US$ 1.99

    From take-out coffee lids to airplane interior panels, vacuum-formed plastic is everywhere. And for good reason: vacuum forming makes light, durable, and cool-looking 3D parts. Here's how to cook some up in your kitchen. Bob Knetzger's favorite childhood toy was the Mattel Vac-U-Form. He recalls the way the flat plastic changed shape by invisible... more...

  • The Night Lighter 36 Spud Gunby William Gurstelle

    O'Reilly Media 2009; US$ 1.99

    The potato cannon, a.k.a. the spud gun, is a popular and very entertaining amateur science project. It's simple to make, and few devices offer such bang for the buck. You can use the Night Lighter both day andnight, but when it's dark, the clear PVC provides an excellent view of the interior ballistics. Also, the stun gun gives better performance... more...

  • Primer: Working with Carbon Fiberby John Wanberg

    O'Reilly Media 2009; US$ 0.99

    Form, lay up, and cure your own high-performance composites. It seems as though nearly everything "high performance" these days boasts some amount of carbon fiber in its construction. Originally used in aerospace, carbon fiber has moved into the mainstream and can be found in luxury automobiles, mountain bikes, and sports equipment. Some laptops... more...

  • Compressed Air Rocketby Rick Schertle

    Maker Media, Inc 2009; US$ 1.99

    Blow your friends away as you send this 25-cent rocket hundreds of feet in the air. You can build this easy launcher and rocket with common hardware store items in an afternoon. All the parts for this simple but impressive air rocket and launcher are cheap and easy to find. Building it is a breeze and the modifications are endless. It's legal in a... more...

  • The Brain Machineby Mitch Altman

    Maker Media, Inc 2009; US$ 1.99

    Ride your own brain waves! You don't have to be a Buddhist monk to meditate, or a Sleeping Beauty tosleep well. Achieve these altered states of consciousness, and others, with this simple microcontroller device. What would happen if you could play a recording of brain waves into someone's brain? It turns out that there are devices that can do this.... more...

  • Primer: Weldingby Mister Jalopy

    Maker Media, Inc 2009; US$ 0.99

    If you need metal stuck together, there is no quicker path than buying a portable 110-volt wire-feedwelder. Being a snob, Mister Jalopy used to scoff at these small welders as not being serious machines. Then he started seeing them everywhere - at every auto body shop and every metal gate installer; even hooked up to a generator at drag races. Having... more...

  • The Human Factorby Kim Vicente

    Knopf Canada 2010; US$ 19.50

    What links the frustrations of daily life, like VCR clocks and voicemail systems, to airplane crashes and a staggering ?hidden epidemic? of medical error? Kim Vicente is a professor of human factors engineering at the University of Toronto and a consultant to NASA, Microsoft, Nortel Networks and many other organizations; he might also be described... more...

  • Innovation, technologie et qualificationby Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay

    Presses de l''niversite du Quebec 1996; US$ 22.50

    Dans la théorie économique standard, l'innovation est définie de façon très étroite et l'on s'intéresse peu au processus. L'ensemble des textes de cet ouvrage témoigne de la diversité des problématiques, de l'importance des ressources humaines et du rôle médiateur de l'entreprise... more...

  • Oil: Resources Production Uses Impactsby Vaclav Smil

    Garrett County Press 2010; US$ 9.99

    Energy expert Vaclav Smil presents a sharp-witted and approachable guide to oil's origins, exploration, extraction and use. This book is the perfect starting point for readers who wish to understand the science and culture behind our oil-driven world. more...