6 edition of The Book of scientific anecdotes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-230) and index.
|Other titles||Scientific anecdotes.|
|Statement||edited and introduced by Adrian Berry.|
|LC Classifications||Q167 .B66 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|ISBN 10||0879758066, 0879758368|
|LC Control Number||92044255|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Scientific anecdotes. The culminating shock of “Imbeciles”—a book full of shocking anecdotes—is the fact that Buck v. Bell is still on the books and was cited as precedent in court as recently as Author: Andrea Denhoed.
One of the book’s best features is a page notes section at the end, in which each note could be fodder for an entire volume. These notes are separated by chapter, and many tell a short, engaging story, often accompanied by annotated suggestions for further reading. W hat is the scientific attitude? In , at the lowest point of the war, the developmental biologist Hal Waddington published a small book with that title. The scientific attitude, he asserted.
A collection of stories, revealing the human face of science. It encompasses some anecdotes illustrating scientists in all their shapes: the obsessive and the dilettantish, the genial, the Read more. Get this from a library! Eurekas and euphorias: the Oxford book of scientific anecdotes. [W B Gratzer] -- "The march of science has never proceeded smoothly. It has been marked through the years by episodes of drama and comedy, of failure as well as triumph, and .
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Eurekas and Euphorias: The Oxford Book of Scientific Anecdotes (Popular Science) by Walter Gratzer (Author)Cited by: The Book of Scientific Anecdotes illuminates some of the inventions and discoveries that have changed the world, and the people who made them. Read more Read less click to open popover Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.3/5(1).
Each of the anecdotes here relates the tale(s) of a scientist or a discovery, many affectionately humorous, in short passages varying from one paragraph to several pages. There is no apparent order to the anecdotes, nor is there any editorial narrative to bind them together, so this becomes a book for serendipitous browsing/5(19).
These and other fascinating stories about the world's most important inventions and discoveries are featured in The Book of Scientific Anecdotes.
This witty, informative, and highly readable collection includes more than sixty anecdotes chosen and edited by science writer Adrian Berry/5.
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It's a humanizing look at the other side of science, and thoroughly engaging. The anecdotes /5(3). These short anecdotes provide remarkable insight into the human character. Ranging from the humorous to the tearful, they span classical history, recent politics, modern science and the arts.
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I, for one, will put this book next to W.H. Auden's book on aphorisms, John Bartlett's book of quotations, and that ultimate example in illustration, the great Oxford English Dictionary (OED), for finally this is a sort of OED of scientists and science, a banquet of epiphanies, a reference book which is also a work of art."—Oliver Sacks, NatureBrand: Oxford University Press, USA.
The Book of Scientific Anecdotes illuminates some of the inventions and discoveries that have changed the world, and the people who made them. "Fascinating." -School Library Journal. The book consists of odd stories about different personalities in science, predominantly from the 19th and first half of the 20th century but also including some stories from before and after.
Most are hilarious (or at least strange), especially if you have ever spent any time in academia.4/5. The Book of Scientific Anecdotes illuminates some of the inventions and discoveries that have changed the world, and the people who made them.
show more Product details/5(70). Eurekas and euphorias: the Oxford book of scientific anecdotes by Gratzer, W. (Walter Bruno), Pages: Eurekas and Euphorias - The Oxford Book of Scientific Anecdotes - NASA/ADS The march of science has been marked through the years by episodes of drama and comedy, of failure as well as triumph, by outrageous strokes of luck, deserved and undeserved, and sometimes by human by: A review of a collection of 64 selections from books, magazines, journals, and newspapers that attempt to "illuminate some of those inventions and discoveries that have changed the Harrap's book of scientific anecdotes (Berry, Adrian) George B.
Kauffman ; Cite this: J. Chem. Educ.68, 7, A Publication Date (Print): July 1, Books shelved as anecdotes: I'm a Stranger Here Myself: Notes on Returning to America After Twenty Years Away by Bill Bryson, Assholes Finish First by Tu.
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