2011/07/20

Dictionary of Science and Technology (2nd Edition)

A & C Black | English | pdf | 14.4M | 2007
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The popular Dictionary of Science and Technology offers over 17,000 terms from all areas of science and technology, including chemistry, physics and biology, earth sciences, engineering, astronomy, electronics, medicine and telecommunications. This fully up-to-date second edition gives clear and concise definitions for hundreds of new terms, from fast-moving fields such as biotechnology, computing and environmental science. It's an ideal reference for students, or anyone dealing with scientific or technical language.

American Women of Science since 1900

ABC-CLIO | 2010 | ISBN: 1598841580 | 1024 pages | PDF | 12.6 MB

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PC Today - August 2011

English | True PDF | 80 pages | 15 Mb
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PC Today is a monthly publication that delivers information about your operating system. Each issue includes the latest computing news, the lowdown on current Windows Updates, hardware previews, and software reviews.

Scientific American 2010 Collection

English | 1164 pages | 12 Issues | PDF | 224 MB

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Scientific American - February 2011

English | 96 pages | True PDF | 16.30 Mb
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Scientific American (informally abbreviated to SciAm) is a popular science magazine published since August 28, 1845, which according to the magazine makes it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States. It brings articles about new and innovative research to the amateur and lay audience.

Scientific American - January 2011

English | PDF | 96 pages | 24.52 MB
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Scientific American (informally abbreviated to SciAm) is a popular science magazine published since August 28, 1845, which according to the magazine makes it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States. It brings articles about new and innovative research to the amateur and lay audience. Scientific American had a worldwide monthly circulation of roughly 733,000 as of December 2008, including newsstand sales of over 100,000 It is not a refereed scientific journal, such as Nature; rather, it is a forum where scientific theories and discoveries are explained to a broader audience.