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This Is Improbable ?: Cheese String

Abrahams, Marc
From the satirical mind behind the Ig Nobel Prizes comes a laugh-out-loud compendium of outlandish and thought-provoking science

1089 and All That: A Journey into Mathematics

Acheson, David (Fellow, Jesus College, O
Pure mathematical gold, this insightful book by established author David Acheson makes mathematics accessible to everyone. The entertaining journey through the subject includes some fascinating puzzles and is accompanied by numerous illustrations and sketches by world famous cartoonists.

We Are Electric : The New Science of Our Body's Electrome

Adee, Sally
In We Are Electric, award-winning science writer Sally Adee explores the history of bioelectricity: from Galvani's epic eighteenth-century battle with the inventor of the battery, Alessandro Volta, to the medical charlatans claiming to use electricity to cure pretty much anything, to advances in the field helped along by the unusually massive axons of squid. And finally, she journeys into the future of the discipline, through today's laboratories where we are starting to see real-world medical applications being developed. The bioelectric revolution starts here.

Nuts And Bolts

Agrawal, Roma
An ambitious but accessible book exploring how seven small inventions from the nail to the spring have shaped our world, by the engineer who designed The Shard.

Joy Of Science, The

Al-Khalili, Jim

World According To Physics

Al-Khalili, Jim

Tide: The Science and Lore of the Greatest Force on Earth

Aldersey-Williams, Hugh

Power Up : An Engineer's Adventures into Sustainable Energy

Ali, Yasmin
Power Up is a definitive picture of the intricate world that humanity has built, and a rallying cry to face the challenges of climate change using the power at our fingertips.

Physics For The Ib Diploma Study And Revision Guide

Allum, John
Stretch your students to achieve their best grade with these year round course companions; providing clear and concise explanations of all syllabus requirements and topics, and practice questions to support and strengthen learning.

The Self-taught Programmer: The Definitive Guide to Programming Professionally

Althoff, Cory
A beginner's guide to coding that will teach you everything you need to know to program professionally, from writing your first Python program, to passing your first technical interview.

The Hydrogen Revolution

Alvera, Marco
Picture this: It's 2050. The looming shadow of climate change has finally been banished. The planet is stabilised. Rainforests and coral reefs are thriving. We are finally at equilibrium. This isn't wishful thinking; it can be our reality. We just need to embrace the missing link between us and truly clean energy: Hydrogen.