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The disappearing spoon : and other true tales of madness, love, and the history of the world from the periodic table of the elements book The disappearing spoon : and other true tales of madness, love, and the history of the world from the periodic table of the elements
Elements are more than just protons and electron shells; they are the sources of practical jokes and obsessions, bitter disputes and great adventures. From hydrogen to ununoctium, Kean explains the elemental joys of the building blocks of chemistry with humor and verve.

Kean, Sam.
546 KEAN
Brilliant blunders : from Darwin to Einstein-- colossal mistakes by great scientists that changed our understanding of life and the universe book Brilliant blunders : from Darwin to Einstein-- colossal mistakes by great scientists that changed our understanding of life and the universe
Even the greatest scientists had bad days. In this book, Livio explores how some of the world’s greatest scientific minds missed the mark, but led to greater discoveries.

Livio, Mario, 1945-
500 LIVIO
The Ask and the Answer Teen Book The Ask and the Answer
When Todd and Viola are forced to leave everything familiar behind, their flight across their newly settled planet triggers a long-simmering conflict. Ness explores xenophobia, colonialism, war, reconciliation, and control of access to technology in this gripping trilogy.

Ness, Patrick, 1971-
TEEN NESS
The knife of never letting go Teen Book The knife of never letting go
When Todd and Viola are forced to leave everything familiar behind, their flight across their newly settled planet triggers a long-simmering conflict. Ness explores xenophobia, colonialism, war, reconciliation, and control of access to technology in this gripping trilogy.

Ness, Patrick, 1971-
TEEN NESS
Monsters of men Teen Book Monsters of men
When Todd and Viola are forced to leave everything familiar behind, their flight across their newly settled planet triggers a long-simmering conflict. Ness explores xenophobia, colonialism, war, reconciliation, and control of access to technology in this gripping trilogy.

Ness, Patrick, 1971-
TEEN NESS
Feynman book Feynman
Get to know perhaps the most famous personality of nuclear physics: the bongo-playing, safe-cracking, defiantly curious Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman in this meticulously researched graphic biography.

Ottaviani, Jim.
BIO FEYNMAN OTTAVIA
Spillover : animal infections and the next human pandemic book Spillover : animal infections and the next human pandemic
Viruses are everywhere—mutating, hiding, waiting. When they cross over from animals to humans, they can cause some of the scariest—and most lethal—diseases (AIDS, Spanish flu, rabies, Ebola). Follow viral detectives as they try to solve these infectious mysteries and prevent the next human pandemic.

Quammen, David, 1948-
614.43 QUAMMEN
Packing for Mars : the curious science of life in the void book Packing for Mars : the curious science of life in the void
Mary Roach asks all the important but practical questions: How do you digest your lunch in space? Go to the bathroom? Get away from a crewmember who’s driving you nuts? With her trademark humor and indefatigable curiosity, she looks hard at why humans, who are fundamentally not built for outer space, insist on risking their lives by heading for the stars.

Roach, Mary.
571.0919 ROACH
The signal and the noise : why so many predictions fail-- but some don't book The signal and the noise : why so many predictions fail-- but some don't
Who will win the Super Bowl? Will the stock market rise or fall? Explore the world of prediction science and learn to turn information into knowledge you can use to successfully plan for the future.

Silver, Nate, 1978-
519.542 SILVER
The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks book The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks
Henrietta Lacks had no idea that her cells would lead to science’s greatest medical breakthroughs, nor did her family have any idea that her cells are still be alive today. Skloot explores the ethics of the scientists who first used Lacks’s cells and discovered that they would live forever, as well as the impact of the family’s discovery that her cells were alive and being used without the family’s permission.

Skloot, Rebecca, 1972-
616.0277 SKLOOT
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