This engaging title examines how Darwin developed his controversial theory of evolution, including his research methods and the data gathered during his extensive voyages. The book also explores the controversies that developed around the publication of Darwins theory of natural selection and how the debate continues today.
This fascinating new title examines the sequence of events that led to the formation of cell theory. In 1665, scientist Robert Hooke published Micrographia, the first significant work focused on miscroscopial observation. His groundbreaking work inspired scientists and led to the creation of this fundamental biological principle that shaped modern biology.
This exciting book examines how Sir Isaac Newton developed three basic laws that govern the way in which objects move. Readers will learn how Newton expanded on the work of other great scientists, including Galileo and Copernicus, to make his important discovery. The book also explains how Newtons laws have influenced modern science and technology in areas such as sports and transportation.
French chemist Louis Pasteur made several significant contributions to the world of science. This intriguing book examines how Pasteur uncovered the basis of the modern germ theory. Readers will learn how Pasteurs theory helped him develop vaccines for anthrax, rabies, and other diseases and how his work continues to influence modern medicine.
Describes how the natural gas that is used to cook and heat your home is discovered and transported into your home.
Describes how the telephone works. Young readers will gain an understanding on how dialing several numbers on a phone enables them to communicate with virtually anyone on earth.
Describes how Television programs are developed and transmitted across the airwaves and into homes, schools, and offices.