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ISBN: F1431884816
Title: Relativity for the Layman by Coleman, James A.
SALE: £2.75 reg: £0.30

Albert Einstein said of this book: "Gives a really clear idea of the problem,especially the development of our knowledge concerning the propagation of light"

ISBN: 9781841467139
Title: GCSE Core Science OCR Gateway Revision Guide - Higher (with online edition) by CGP Books
SALE: £5.75 reg: £5.95

This book (with free Online Edition) is full of clear revision notes and diagrams for Higher Level OCR Gateway GCSE Core Science. It includes a section on 'How Science Works', loads of exam advice and revision summary questions

ISBN: 0349111332
Title: Paradigms Regained: Unravelling the Mysteries of Modern Science by John L. Casti
SALE: £3.75 reg: £16.00

How did life on Earth get started? Can we duplicate human thought in a computing machine? How do children acquire language? Ten years ago, in PARADIGMS LOST, John L

ISBN: F1430905790
Title: Statistical Methods in Biology by Bailey, N.T.J.
SALE: £3.25 reg: £1.25

A book designed for biologists. In two parts, a description of techniques of biological statistics and simpler computing methods. Coloured pages give various formulae applicable to these.

ISBN: F1435939679
Title: Biology by Phillips & Cox
SALE: £2.75 reg: £4.00

To the student of Biology, here is the chance of gaining a wider knowledge of "self" and therefore of obeying, to a limited degree, that most difficult of dictums, "Know Thyself"! Instructions for carrying out various types of practical work, most...

ISBN: 9781841466392
Title: KS3 Biology Workbook (with online edition) - Higher: Life Processes and Living Things Workbook (Leve by CGP Books
SALE: £4.75 reg: £3.95

This CGP Workbook contains practice questions (with answers) for every Key Stage Three Science topic - all fully up-to-date for the new curriculum from September 2014 onwards

ISBN: 9780521318457
Title: The Quantum Universe by Tony Hey
SALE: £4.25 reg: £21.95

The Quantum Universe is the first popular book to give a non-mathematical pictorial account of quantum physics, the foundation of our current understanding of nature

ISBN: 9781408802168
Title: What on Earth Happened?... in Brief: The Planet, Life and People from the Big Bang to the Present Da by Christopher Lloyd
SALE: £3.75 reg: £9.99

How old is the universe? When did life on earth begin? What happened to the dinosaurs? How was the moon created? How did ancient Chinese science shape the modern world? How did Islam trigger globalization? Are humans really superior to other living ...

ISBN: 0140041443
Title: Tales of Power by Carlos Castaneda
SALE: £3.75 reg: £0.80

"In this astonishing, luminous and terrifying work, Carlos Castaneda at last completes the long journey into the world of sorcery that began with his now-legendary meeting with don Juan . .

ISBN: 0860077195
Title: Restless Earth (Omega Books) by Nigel Calder
SALE: £3.75 reg: £0.95

Based on the BBC program Nigel Slater explores tectonic plates

ISBN: 9781904332879
Title: Bogus Science: Ideas That Fool Some of the People All of the Time (Facts Figures & Fun) by John Grant
SALE: £4.75 reg: £9.99

An exploration of pseudoscience looks at such topics as the power of crystals, the UFO phenomenon, and the interpretation of the Bible as accurate science.

ISBN: 9780007209040
Title: Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet by Mark Lynas
SALE: £3.75 reg: £12.99

This work presents an eye-opening and vital account of the future of our earth and our civilisation if current rates of global warming persist, by the highly acclaimed author of "High Tide"

ISBN: 9781903855553
Title: Evidence-based Social Work: A Guide for the Perplexed by Tony Newman
SALE: £6.25 reg: £17.95

Aimed at professionally qualified practitioners and students, this work addresses key aspects of the three-year social work training programme

ISBN: 0140460314
Title: Photography (Penguin Handbooks) by Eric De Mare
SALE: £3.75 reg: £1.75

Book of the history of photography and the straight forward accout of the craft of photography

ISBN: 000633509
Title: Black Holes by Taylor, John
SALE: £2.75 reg: £3.00

Black Holes violate some of the most sacrosanct laws of the natural world, and represent the ultimate unknowable where time and space end. Black Holes are far beyond anything met in nature that they turn science into science-fiction

ISBN: F1432373701
Title: Uses and Abuses of Psychology by Eysenck, H.J.
SALE: £2.75 reg: £4.00

A psychologist examines the validity of his science's claim to be of practical use in human affairs.

ISBN: 9780947782467
Title: Lomond Guide to Seashore by Bob Gibbons
SALE: £2.75 reg: £2.50

Illustrated guide to seashore life

ISBN: 0340884622
Title: The Science of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials by Mary Gribbin
SALE: £3.75 reg: £6.99

With an introduction by Philip Pullman, award-winning science writers Mary and John Gribbin reveal how "Pullman's His Dark Materials" trilogy ("Northern Lights", "The Subtle Knife" and "The Amber Spyglass") is rooted in astonishing scientific truth

ISBN: 9780099556428
Title: The Big Idea by Paul Strathern
SALE: £4.25 reg: £29.94

Set of 6 books in sealed plastic. THE BIG IDEA is a hugely popular series of science books that, at only 96 pages each, are an accessible read for the amateur

ISBN: F1436296260
Title: Surgery and Crime by Sava, George
SALE: £3.75 reg: £5.00

Sava's book is concerned with healing criminal tendencies by surgery and provides ten human case histories with a prologue and epilogue. The subjects are from all walks of life but each one has been guilty of crime or anti-social behaviour.

ISBN: 9781847627506
Title: GCSE Additional Science OCR 21st Century Revision Guide - Higher (with online edition) by CGP Books
SALE: £5.75 reg: £5.95

This pack contains two complete practice exams plus detailed answers. They exactly match the course content and style of the current Foundation Level GCSE Additional Science exams for the OCR Gateway exam board

ISBN: 9781861978769
Title: Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze?: And 114 Other Questions by New Scientist
SALE: £2.75 reg: £7.99

Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze? is the latest compilation of readers' answers to the questions in the 'Last Word' column of New Scientist, the world's best-selling science weekly

ISBN: 0140801618
Title: Modern Chemistry by Stark, J.G.
SALE: £3.25 reg: £4.00

Profound changes in chemistry have taken place in the twentieth century. The main areas are atomic and molecular structure, stereochemistry, energetics and kinetics, acids and bases, the chemical elements, and organic reaction mechanisms.