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Science in Focus: Shedding Light on Science by Greenwood, Anita.
Call Number: LB 1585 .S35 1999
Publication Date: 1999
This workshop uses light as a theme to explore topics in physics, chemistry, biology, space science, and Earth science. Light is a common thread through many areas of science and a natural topic for interdisciplinary science study. Make connections to real world phenomena and explore the behavior of light, the transformation of energy, and the role of light in the weather, the seasons, and the production of food by plants.
The Best Mind Since Einstein by Sykes, Christopher
Call Number: QC 16 .F49 B478 2006
Publication Date: 2006
A profile of the late Richard Feynman—atomic bomb pioneer, Nobel prize-winning physicist, acclaimed teacher and all-around eccentric, who helped solve the mystery of the space shuttle Challenger explosion.
He was a 17th century Einstein, who revolutionized the thinking and outlook of his age. In the midst of his astonishing breakthroughs in physics, optics, and calculus, Isaac Newton was also searching out hidden meanings in the Bible and pursuing the covert art of alchemy. NOVA recreates the unique climate of late 17th-century England, where a fascination with science and mathematics coexisted with extreme views on religious doctrine.