Sensational Scientists: The Journeys and Discoveries of 24 Men and Women of Science
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Sensational Scientists: The Journeys and Discoveries of 24 Men and Women of Science

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The scientists featured here, including a number of Nobel Prize winners, work in fields ranging from chemistry and genetics to meteorology and anthropology. All of them are exploring profound ideas that have shaped the world. Filled with diagrams, photographs, educational experiments young readers perform themselves, and inspiring discussions on how to embark on a science...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published February 6th 2006 by Raincoast Books (first published February 6th 2005)
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Diana Flores
This book you can learn many wonderful thinks about science and the reason many scientist decide to chose this complex subject as their career.
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