Popular science
Popular science (or pop-science) is interpretation of science intended for a general audience. While science journalism focuses on recent scientific developments, popular science is more broad-ranging...
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How Much Would You Weigh on Other Planets?
Ever wondered how much you'd weigh on Mars? Or Jupiter? Here's the simple math to help you figure it out.
Medical literature
Medical literature is the scientific literature of medicine: articles in journals and texts in books devoted to the field of medicine. Many references to the medical literature include the health car...
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The Electrician
The Electrician, published in London from 1861 to 1952, was the earliest and foremost electrical engineering periodical and scientific journal. Originally established in 1861, it was discontinued afte...
National Association of Science Writers
The National Association of Science Writers (NASW) was created in 1934 by a dozen science journalists and reporters in New York City. The aim of the organization was to improve the craft of science j...
Yves Fortier Earth Science Journalism Award
The Yves Fortier Award is presented annually by the Geological Association of Canada in recognition of a journalist who has been exceptionally effective in presenting an earth science story during the...
Juan Enríquez
Juan Enríquez Cabot (born 1959) is a Mexican-American academic, businessman, and speaker. He is Managing Director of Excel Venture Management, and is a best-selling author.
Enríquez is the son of ...
Principles of Psychology
The Principles of Psychology is a monumental text in the history of psychology, written by American psychologist William James and published in 1890. James was an American philosopher and psychologist...
Progress in Optics
Progress in Optics are a series of books edited by Emil Wolf published by Elsevier. They consist of collections of already published review articles deemed to be representative of the advances made in...
The Human Embryo: Aristotle and the Arabic and European Traditions
The Human Embryo: Aristotle and the Arabic and European Traditions is a book looking at the philosophy and religious viewpoints of human reproduction over the ages by Reverend Canon G.R. Dunstan and p...
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European Medical Writers Association
The European Medical Writers Association (EMWA) was established in 1989 as a professional organisation for European medical writers, whether working freelance or in-house at pharmaceutical companies o...
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge
The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK), founded in 1826, and wound up in 1848, was a Whiggish London organisation that published inexpensive texts intended to adapt scientific and si...
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The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online
The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online (or Darwin Online) is a freely-accessible website containing the complete print and manuscript works of Charles Darwin, as well as related supplementary mat...
The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online - Wikipedia
What Is Life?
What Is Life? is a 1944 non-fiction science book written for the lay reader by physicist Erwin Schrödinger. The book was based on a course of public lectures delivered by Schrödinger in February 1943...
Minor Planet Circular
The Minor Planet Circulars (MPCs) is a scientific journal that is generally published on the date of each full moon by the Minor Planet Center. The Circulars contain astrometric observations, orbits ...
Royal Society Prizes for Science Books
The Royal Society Prizes for Science Books is an annual award for the previous year's best general science writing and best science writing for children. The nominees and winners are decided by the Ro...