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  1. Quantoons

    This is a compilation of 58 contest problems that ran between 1991 and 2001 in Quantum magazine - a collaboration between United States and Russian scientists. When you open Quantoons, you'll be instantly attracted to the colourful cartoons, densely populated with quirky characters that look like something out of MAD magazine. But when you pull away from the drawings, you'll find that they work with the text to give new context to interesting physics concepts. Learn More
    £29.95

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  2. Hold On!

    Have you ever seen a fish that could do a handstand? The Spotted Handfish has survived since the time of the dinosaurs - until now. Invasive seastars, pollution and climate change mean that this unique Australian is in real trouble - raise your hand if you want to know more! Learn More
    £16.95

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  3. Madlands

    Anna Rose, environmental crusader and co-founder of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, is on a mission. This is the story of her biggest challenge yet: a whirlwind journey around the world with conservative powerbroker and arch climate sceptic Nick Minchin. From a remote Hawaiian volcano to a cosmic ray laboratory in Geneva, Anna rolls out the biggest names in science to try and change Nick's mind. Learn More
    £14.95

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  4. Ocean Animals

    Ocean animals are truly awesome. They come in every size, colour and shape imaginable. They are also some of the weirdest, sneakiest and smartest animals on the planet! This book focuses on the features and skills that make these creatures extra-incredible. Learn More
    £19.95

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  5. Talking Renewables

    Provides a clear and factual picture of the status of renewable energy and its capabilities today. The book covers all areas of renewable energy, starting from biomass energy and hydropower and proceeding to wind, solar and geothermal energy before ending with an overview of ocean energy. Learn More
    £41.50

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  6. Scientific Writing = Thinking in Words

    Presents a way of thinking about writing that builds on the way good scientists think about research. The simple principles in this book will help you to clarify the objectives of your work and present your results with impact. Fully updated throughout, this book makes communicating research easier and encourages researchers to write confidently. Learn More
    £21.95

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  7. Neutrino Physics

    Reviews the recent advances in neutrino physics over the last two decades, ranging from the first experiments on nuclear beta-decay to the newest terrestrial experiments and cosmological measurements. In particular, the book provides a summary of the properties of neutrinos in and beyond the Standard Model. Learn More
    £156.00

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  8. Fishes of Arkansas

    An reference for anyone interested in the state's fish population - from professional ichthyologists, fisheries biologists, and managers of aquatic resources, to amateur naturalists and anglers - this new edition provides updated taxonomic keys as well as detailed descriptions, photographs, and drawings to aid identification of 241 fish species. Learn More
    £69.50

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  9. Bacterial Cell Biology

    A complete reference material for readers interested in bacterial cell biology. Recent technological developments in clinical microbiology are covered to provide readers with a whole sum perspective of the subject. Learn More
    £151.00

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  10. Molecular Toxicology

    Considers various aspects of toxicoloy, including an extensive overview of molecular toxicology and related terms. The book discusses in detail alcohol toxicity amd asphyxiants, and provides insights into the development of molecular toxicology. Learn More
    £151.00

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  11. The Statistical Eyeglasses

    Science often deals with hard-to-see phenomena, and they only stand out and become real when viewed through the lens of complex statistical tools. This book gives an overview of the basic principles that physical scientists use to analyse their data and bring out the order of Nature from the fog of background noise. Learn More
    £55.50

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  12. Introduction to Insects and their Diversity

    Discusses the diversity of insect species and numbers and their evolutionary associations. The book illustrates the significance of insects through regional biodiversity, taxonomic biodiversity, tools and methods, and management and protection. Learn More
    £147.00

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  13. A Laboratory of Her Own

    Gathers diverse voices to address women's interaction with STEM fields in the context of Spanish cultural production. This volume focuses on the many ways the arts and humanities provide avenues for deepening the conversation about how women have been involved in, excluded from, and represented within the scientific realm. Learn More
    £78.50

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  14. Using and Developing Measurement Instruments in Science Education

    Meets a demand in the science education community for a comprehensive and introductory measurement book. The book describes measurement instruments reported in refereed science education research journals, and introduces the Rasch modeling approach to developing measurement instruments in science assessment domains. Learn More
    £45.95

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  15. Scientific Concepts Behind Happiness, Kindness, and Empathy in Contemporary Society

    Offers in-depth studies that anchor concepts of happiness, kindness, wellbeing, and empathy from a scientific perspective. Featuring research on topics such as cognitive revolution, neurobiology of wellbeing, and rational emotive behaviour therapy, this book is aimed at sociologists, academics, psychology professionals, researchers, and students. Learn More
    £128.00

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  16. A Hollow is a Home

    Come and take a peek inside the amazing world of tree hollows and discover more than 340 species of Australian animals that call hollows home. With colour photos of glorious gliders, darting dunnarts, minute microbats and many more, this book is full of fun facts about animals that use tree hollows as places for resting, nesting or hiding. Learn More
    £23.95

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