Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

Peter Jedicke

Established in 1845, Scientific American has long been the world's premier science journal. Through its reports of ground-breaking discoveries and inventions written by leading scientists, it has become known as the first and foremost source on innovations in science and technology.

Peter Jedicke

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Extreme Science: Chasing the Ghost Bat
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Extreme Science: Chasing the Ghost Bat

The Editors of Scientific American; Peter Jedicke, Project Editor
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

From the pages of Scientific American comes the latest information and explorations into the bizarre realm of the natural world, including:

-Our oldest relatives and the discovery of...

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Extreme Science: The Highway of Light and Other Man-Made Wonders
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Extreme Science: The Highway of Light and Other Man-Made Wonders

The Editors of Scientific American; Peter Jedicke, Project Editor
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

These 34 Scientific American selections from 1995-1999 explore extreme construction projects (e.g., the world's longest suspension bridge and tallest buildings); and developments in transportation...

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Extreme Science: Transplanting Your Head
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Extreme Science: Transplanting Your Head

The Editors of Scientific American; Peter Jedicke, Project Editor
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

From the pages of Scientific American comes the latest information and explorations into the futuristic world of biotechnology.

-Recent breakthroughs in human longevity and life extension

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