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Cosmos: The Story of Cosmic Evolution, Science and Civilisation

Paperback, 11/08/1983, £12.99
* The story of cosmic evolution, science and civilisation

Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology Coursebook with CD-ROM 4ed

28/08/2014, £47.19
Fully revised and updated content matching the new Cambridge International Examinations Biology 9700 syllabus for first teaching in 2014 and first examination in 2016.

Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering: A Comprehensive Guide 3ed

Paperback, 13/03/2006, £39.99
This highly acclaimed undergraduate textbook teaches all the mathematics for undergraduate courses in the physical sciences.

Crowd and the Cosmos: Adventures in the Zooniverse

Hardback, 07/11/2019, £20.00
Astronomer and TV presenter Chris Lintott tells the story of the Zooniverse, the platform which enables hundreds of thousands of ordinary people to contribute to scientific research. He describes the discoveries they are making, and shows how, in the world of Big Data and smart machines, humans play a unique part in adding to scientific knowledge.

Introduction to the Physics of Matter: Basic atomic, molecular, and solid-state physics

Paperback, 16/01/2015, £40.99
This book offers an up-to-date, compact presentation of basic topics in the physics of matter, from atoms to molecules to solids, including elements of statistical mechanics.

Beyond Classical Physics

Paperback, 04/12/2017, £44.99
This undergraduate textbook discusses the nature of the microscopic universe from a modern perspective, based on Einstein's notions of relativity and Noether's proof of the emergence of conservation laws from symmetries of the equations of motion.

Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry for Physical Sciences

Paperback, 22/05/2018, £44.99
A self-contained introduction to finite dimensional vector spaces, matrices, systems of linear equations, spectral analysis on euclidean and hermitian spaces, affine euclidean geometry, quadratic forms and conic sections.

First Introduction to Quantum Physics

Paperback, 03/08/2018, £39.99
In this undergraduate textbook, the author develops the quantum theory from first principles based on very simple experiments: a photon travelling through beam splitters to detectors, an electron moving through a Stern-Gerlach machine, and an atom emitting radiation.

Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics

Paperback, 18/03/2019, £34.99
This textbook fills the gap between the very basic and the highly advanced volumes that are widely available on the subject.

Fundamental Astronomy 6ed

Hardback, 09/11/2016, £74.99
Fundamental Astronomy is an exhaustive introduction to classical and modern astronomy. It covers both overarching concepts and underlying principles. It provides a sound basis for more profound studies in astronomy. This fifth edition is richly illustrated with more than 400 images.

Cosmology for the Curious

Hardback, 23/07/2017, £31.99
One of the book's central themes is the scientific quest to find answers to the ultimate cosmic questions: Is the universe finite or infinite?

Physics of Oscillations and Waves: With use of Matlab and Python

Paperback, 31/08/2018, £54.99
In this textbook a combination of standard mathematics and modern numerical methods is used to describe a wide range of natural wave phenomena, such as sound, light and water waves, particularly in specific popular contexts, e.g.

Cosmic Mystery Tour

Hardback, 06/02/2019, £16.99
How did the universe begin? What are gravitational waves all about? Will we find life on other planets? The Cosmic Mystery Tour is a brilliant, entertaining introduction to the discoveries of physics and astronomy. Stories, explanations, and illustrations open up the exciting frontiers of science to any beginner.

Seven Elements That Have Changed The World: Iron, Carbon, Gold, Silver, Uranium, Titanium, Silicon

Paperback, 06/02/2014, £9.99
Uranium, carbon, iron, titanium, gold, silver and silicon - former BP CEO John Browne explains how seven elements are shaping the 21st century, for good and for bad.

Diversity of Life

Paperback, 26/04/2001, £12.99
Tells the great story of how life on earth evolved. This work describes how the species of the world became diverse, and why the threat to this diversity is beyond the scope of anything we have known before. It also addresses the explosion of the field of conservation biology and takes a look at the work still to be done.

Quantum Theory: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 30/05/2002, £8.99
In simple language, without mathematics, this book explains the strange and exciting ideas that make the subatomic world so different from the world of the every day. It offers the general reader access to one of the greatest discoveries in the history of physics and one of the oustanding intellectual achievements of the twentieth century.

History of Time: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 11/08/2005, £7.99
Leofranc Holford-Strevens explores time measurement and the organisation of time into hours, days, months and years using a range of fascinating examples from Ancient Rome and Julius Caesar's Leap Year, to the 1920s' project for a fixed Easter.

Black Holes: The Reith Lectures

Paperback, 05/05/2016, £4.99
In 2016 Professor Stephen Hawking delivered the BBC Reith Lectures on a subject that has fascinated him for decades - black holes. In these flagship lectures the legendary physicist argues that if we could only understand black holes and how they challenge the very nature of space and time, we could unlock the secrets of the universe.

Physics 4ed

Paperback, 22/01/2015, £36.99
Assuming no prior knowledge and focusing on the basics, Physics offers a clear and accessible introduction to the core aspects of the subject. The latest edition includes a new chapter on Rotational Dynamics, and introduces students to recent advances in the field at relevant points throughout the book.

Brief History Of Time

Paperback, 18/08/2011, £9.99
Was there a beginning of time? Could time run backwards? Is the universe infinite or does it have boundaries? This book examines these questions. It begins by reviewing the great theories of the cosmos from Newton to Einstein, before delving into the secrets which still lie at the heart of space and time, from the Big Bang to black holes.

Gravity's Fatal Attraction: Black Holes in the Universe

Paperback, 21/12/2009, £43.99
Second edition for introductory undergraduate courses and amateur astronomers on our current understanding of black holes.

Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life

Paperback, 01/06/2017, £9.99
Brings physics into our daily lives and makes it fascinating. Our world is full of patterns. This book explains some of the most toolbox of science - a toolbox we need in order to make sense of what is around us and arrive at decisions about the future, from medical advances to solving our future energy needs.

Schaum's Outline of Beginning Physics I: Mechanics and Heat

Paperback, 01/01/1995, £17.99
Schaum's Outlines present all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You also get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills.

17 Equations That Changed the World

Paperback, 13/06/2013, £9.99
Examines seventeen groundbreaking equations that have altered the course of human history. This book explores how Pythagoras' Theorem led to GPS and SatNav; how logarithms are applied in architecture; why imaginary numbers were important in the development of the digital camera, and what is really going on with Schrodinger's cat.

How To Teach Quantum Physics To You

Paperback, 01/10/2010, £8.99
A witty and informative guide to the fundamental laws which govern the universe that's so simple that even a dog can understand!

Molecular Cloning

Paperback, 01/07/2012, £228.00

Finding Moonshine: A Mathematician's Journey Through Symmetry

Paperback, 14/05/2009, £10.99
This new book from the author of 'The Music of the Primes' combines a personal insight into the mind of a working mathematician with the story of one of the biggest adventures in mathematics: the search for symmetry.

Wonders of Life

Hardback, 24/01/2013, £25.00
What is Life? Where did it come from? Why does it end?

Physics for the Life Sciences 2ed

Hardback, 06/03/2012, £66.99
Taking an algebra-based approach with the selective use of calculus, this title includes basic physics concepts such as: using a fresh layout, consistent and student-tested art program, extensive use of conceptual examples, analytical problems, and instructive and engaging case studies.

Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Paperback, 11/05/2012, £12.00
Challenges long-standing linear notions of scientific progress, arguing that transformative ideas don't arise from the day-to-day, gradual process of experimentation and data accumulation, but that revolutions in science, those breakthrough moments that disrupt accepted thinking and offer unanticipated ideas, occur outside of normal science.

Canon : The Beautiful Basics of Science

Paperback, 25/12/2008, £10.99
Unless we are brilliant at science in our teenage years, many of us put off 'childish things' - science museums, palaeontology - in favour of museums, art galleries and concert halls. The author argues that a cultured person should know about the classic ideas of physics and biology as well as the classic works of Beethoven and Picasso.

What a Wonderful World: Life, the Universe and Everything in a Nutshell

Paperback, 04/09/2014, £10.99
Why do we breathe? What is money? How does the brain work? Why did life invent sex? Does time really exist? How does capitalism work - or not, as the case may be? Written by the author of Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You, this book intends to answer simple questions about the workings of our everyday lives.
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