Prometheans In The Lab

Author: Sharon Bertsch McGrayne
Publisher: Sharon Bertsch McGrayne
ISBN: 9780071407953
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It is an enlightening account of chemical discoveries, the people who discovered them, and how they shaped the modern world--for better...and for worse. ..."these are the dramatic stories of bold chemists who irrevocably changed our lives.

Fascinerend Leven Markante Figuren En Ideeen Uit De Geschiedenis Van De Biologie

Author: Linda Van Speybroeck
Publisher: Academia Press
ISBN: 9038220375
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... Amerikaanse troepen in Napels, waar 1,3 miljoen mensen werden besproeid.
De. 1 Sharon Bertsch McGraynes Prometheans in the Lab. Chemistry and the
Making of the Modern World, hoofdstuk 8: 'ddt and Paul Hermann Müller' (2001:
148-167). 2 Er bestaat een uitgebreide biografische literatuur over Rachel
Carson. | Een fabel voor de toekomst: Rachel Carson als biologe, schrijfster en
activiste (Geert Vanpaemel)

Die Theorie Die Nicht Sterben Wollte

Author: Sharon Bertsch McGrayne
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 364237770X
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Für seine Gegner ist es ein Amoklauf der Subjektivität. Sharon Bertsch McGrayne schildert in ihrem spannenden Sachbuch die erstaunliche Geschichte dieser Regel und berichtet von der Besessenheit ihrer Anhänger und Gegner.

La Teor A Que Nunca Muri

Author: Sharon Bertsch McGrayne
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 8498924723
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Lo que Sharon B. Mcgrayne ha conseguido en este libro, que James Berger, de la Duke University, ha definido como “una revelación y una lectura apasionante”, es transformar un complejo tema matemático ex una exposición comprensible ...

The Billion Dollar Molecule

Author: Barry Werth
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 143912681X
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But Tishler and Woodward soon became close mutual admirers, united by an
obsessive devotion to making molecules. Tishler wanted to prove that any
compound that could be made could be made commercially; Woodward, that any
molecule found in nature, no matter how complex, could be synthesized in the
lab. They were kindred spirits whose informal synergy came to dominate
synthetic organic chemistry for the next forty years. “Max,” observes Peter Jacobi,
chairman of the ...