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Scientific American. Scientific American is a magazine for a general, scientifically-literate reader on issues and developments in science and technology. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. Scientific American began publication with the Aug issue, as a weekly serial.

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Scientific American. Cumulative Index (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Scientific American, inc.

OCLC Number: Notes: "An index by author, title and subject to the issues of the new Scientific American." Description: volumes. The Scientific American Library book series by multiple authors includes books Powers of Ten: About the Relative Size of Things in the Universe, Human Diversity, The Discovery of Subatomic Particles, and several more.

See the complete Scientific American Library series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

The very wide range of topics covered in the Scientific American Reference Book may be inferred by examining the index and table of contents. This work has been made as nontechnical as the subjects treated of will admit, and is intended as a ready reference book for the home and the office.

This book was a primary reason for my life of amateur inquiry and scientific study. (This book, and a whole bunch of Robert A.

Heinlein science fiction, to be more precise.) The projects, from growing mold and algae in the basement, to a full-fledged particle accelerator, by way of a lightning-strike counter and a robotic mouse, were the.

This book, the "Scientific American Science Desk Reference" is a fine book about most of the major aspects of science. It is similar in approach and form to Isaac Asimov's New Guide to Science. But, Asimov hasn't gotten around to updating his book, most probably due to his death/5(8).

Looking for books by Scientific American. See all books authored by Scientific American, including Book of the Brain (Scientific American), and Science Desk Reference (Wiley), and more on Scientific American may be best known for its coverage of such disciplines as astronomy and biotechnology, but as longtime readers can attest, the magazine has a tradition of examining cultural phenomena as well.

It is in this spirit that we have put together a collection of articles exploring the intersection of science and art. Scientific American is a popular-science magazine, published (first weekly and later monthly) since Augmaking it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States.

It brings articles about new and innovative research to the amateur and lay audience. —Excerpted from Scientific American on Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia.

Scientific American published its first foreign edition inthe Spanish-language La America ation was suspended inand another 63 years would pass before another foreign-language edition appeared: Inan Italian edition, Le Scienze, was launched, and a Japanese edition, Nikkei Science [], followed three years y: Springer Nature.

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Scientific American (informally abbreviated SciAm) is a popular science magazine. It is notable for its long history of presenting science monthly to an educated but not necessarily scientific public, through its careful attention to the clarity of its text as well as the.

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In order to navigate out of this carousel please /5(5). Also, there is no index for the book in the current edition. My final complaint specifically concerns the reprint of Bakker's Dinosaur Renaissance, where all the data tables disappeared (one of the things I really liked about the original was the continuous bar & pie charts and figures running through the middle of the article).

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Waterman: Sleep by J. Allan Hobson: From Quarks to the Cosmos by.In time, the odd "Mathematical Games" columns that Martin wrote for Scientific American reached even more readers via fifteen books, which can also also be enjoyed today in a single location as a searchable CD-rom issued by the MAA.

The first of these books was published inand the last appeared in The Scientific American columns they collected were updated by Martin, who. 25 Terrific Science(y) Books. human and machine minds and all manner of other meta-topics by Martin Gardner's successor as a columnist for Scientific American still exudes an Mead's book.