6 edition of The amateur biologist found in the catalog.
The amateur biologist
|Other titles||Scientific American.|
|Statement||edited by Shawn Carlson.|
|LC Classifications||QH316.5 .A43 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||2001043520|
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The Amateur Biologist. Edited by Shawn Carlson. Hardcover: pagina's. Publisher: microbiology, and entomology, this fascinating book also contains helpful hints and clear instructions on how to build experimental apparatus using simple household materials and affordable alternatives to more expensive scientific equipment.
Whether you. an amateur in Finland communicated with one in California by means of sig nals bounced off the moon. The round trip was somemiles.
What next. Stuart Mackay, a physicist and biologist at Boston Univer sity, suggests that radio experimenters shift their enthusiasm to short-range te lemetry. H re apparatus the size of a vi. It is an essay on the naturalist ethic, an honest look at the values of a professional or amateur biologist and a discussion of the responsibilities of a biologist.
This is a wise and heartfelt invitation to spend your life studying life. flag Like see review Bob Hole rated it it was amazing/5. This book was a primary reason for my life of amateur inquiry and scientific study.
(This book, and a whole bunch of Robert A. Heinlein science fiction, to be more precise.) The projects, from growing mold and algae in the basement, to a full-fledged particle accelerator, by way of a lightning-strike counter and a robotic mouse, were the inspiration for trying about everything that I could put my hands.
These are questions that crop up daily in a garage lab, and amateur biologists have struggled to find answers. Although institutions such as the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the. Scientific American the Amateur Biologist by Scientific American Editors (Trade Paper) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price.
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