The 100 Most Influential Scientists

The 100 Most Influential Scientists

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A riveting exploration into the ideas that shook the world and an in-depth analysis of the men and women who exposed them. Each entry will be up to date, comprehensive and entertaining, covering every aspect of scientific discovery from the ancient world to today's most modern laboratories.

Blackwell North Amer
The Britannica Guide to the 100 Most Influential Scientists is a fascinating study of the lives and work of the men and women who have changed the way we look at the world, the universe, and ourselves.
Each entry is up to date, comprehensive, and entertaining, covering every aspect of scientific discovery from the ancient world to the concepts of today, and tomorrow. The introduction by leading historian of science, John Gribbin, brings together the many lives and shows how they have changed the story of humankind.

ISBN: 9781593398460
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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