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A History of Science in Society, Volume I: From the Ancient Greeks to the Scientific Revolution, Second Edition
A History of Science in Society, Volume I: From the Ancient Greeks to the Scientific Revolution, Second Edition
By Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack
A History of Science in Society is a concise overview that introduces complex ideas in a non-technical fashion. Volume I begins with a small group of philosophers in ancient Greece and ends with the work of Sir Isaac Newton.
Published Mar 2012
A History of Science in Society, Volume II: From the Scientific Revolution to the Present, Second Edition
A History of Science in Society, Volume II: From the Scientific Revolution to the Present, Second Edition
By Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack
A History of Science in Society is a concise overview that introduces complex ideas in a non-technical fashion. Volume II begins with the work of Sir Isaac Newton and ends with a new section on climate change.
Published Mar 2012
A History of Science in Society: From Philosophy to Utility, Second Edition
A History of Science in Society: From Philosophy to Utility, Second Edition
By Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack
This bestselling book traces the history of science through its continually changing place in society and explores the links between the pursuit of knowledge and the desire to make that knowledge useful.
Published Mar 2012
Biological Oceanography: An Early History. 1870 - 1960
Biological Oceanography: An Early History. 1870 - 1960
By Eric L. Mills
Foreword by John Cullen

This new edition makes an excellent companion to Mills’s recent history of mathematical and physical oceanography, the multi-award-winning and widely acclaimed The Fluid Envelope of Our Planet.

Published Jan 2012
Art and Science in Breeding: Creating Better Chickens
Art and Science in Breeding: Creating Better Chickens
By Margaret E. Derry

Using poultry as a case study for the wider narrative of agricultural genetics, Art and Science in Breeding adds considerable knowledge to a rapidly growing field of inquiry.

Published Jan 2012
The Fluid Envelope of our Planet: How the Study of Ocean Currents Became a Science
The Fluid Envelope of our Planet: How the Study of Ocean Currents Became a Science
Eric L. Mills

A detailed and beautifully written account of the history of oceanography, The Fluid Envelope of Our Planet is an engaging account of the emergence of a scientific discipline.

Published Apr 2011
History of Medicine, Second Edition: A Scandalously Short Introduction
History of Medicine, Second Edition: A Scandalously Short Introduction
Jacalyn Duffin

Up to date and filled with pithy examples and teaching tools such as a searchable online bibliography, History of Medicine continues to demonstrate the power of historical research to inform current health care practice and enhance cultural understanding.

Published May 2010
The Science of Bombing: Operational Research in RAF Bomber Command
The Science of Bombing: Operational Research in RAF Bomber Command
By Randall Thomas Wakelam

A fascinating glimpse into military strategy and decision-making, The Science of Bombing will find a wide audience among those interested in air power history as well as military strategists, air force personnel, and aviation historians.

Published Jul 2009
The Art of Science
The Art of Science
By Boris Castel and Sergio Sismondo
"Clearly analyzing the narratives, myths, and controversies at play in modern science, The Art of Science is an engaging exercise in the social study of human creativity." - Mark Kingwell, University of Toronto
Published Aug 2008
A History of Science in Society: A Reader
A History of Science in Society: A Reader
Edited by Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack

Beginning with the birth of science in the ancient Greeks, the collection contains just about every major textual source in the growth of science, not shying away from recent controversies in the political and social place of contemporary science.

Published May 2007