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Scientific American
July 2009
Kate Wong
Scientific American recommends 3 books about the moon Also: Becoming Human, and Amazing Animals mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
June 11, 2009
Spencer E. Ante
The Corporate Shape Shifters The Future Arrived Yesterday: The Rise of the Protean Corporation and What It Means for You, by Michael S. Malone, discusses why the dominant companies of the next decade will behave like perpetual entrepreneurial startups. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
June 2009
Leigh Buchanan
Review: In Pursuit of Elegance Author Mathew E. May writes about the virtues of simplicity and symmetry in solving business problems. mark for My Articles
Science News
June 20, 2009
Elizabeth Quill
Book Review: The Bomb: A New History By Stephen M. Younger Younger offers a straightforward account of nuclear weapons: how they were developed, how they work and how they forced humankind into constant vulnerability mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
June 2009
Bruce Barcott
Survival Books Two new plane-crash memoirs hope to soar into the survival-narrative canon. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Science News
Nathan Seppa
Book Review: Deep Brain Stimulation: A New Treatment Shows Promise In The Most Difficult Cases By Jamie Talan / Science News Jamie Talan describes brain surgery aimed at addressing movement disorders and zeros in on deep-brain stimulation, a cutting-edge treatment in which doctors implant electrodes. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 4, 2009
Mike Allen
Questions for Matthew B. Crawford, Author of Shop Class as Soul Craft What possessed him to write this book that make the case for how much thinking goes on in the trade professions? mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 3, 2009
Harry Sawyers
Questions for Bill Gurstelle About the Art of Living Dangerously What kind of riskier-than-average activity does your book suggest? mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 2009
Philip Ball
Column: The crucible Scientific fraud highlights flaws in the way that scientists communicate with each other. Eugenie Samuel Reich's book Plastic fantastic, highlights a key element in what transpires. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
June 2, 2009
Alain De Botton
The Pleasures And Sorrows Of Work In "The Pleasures And Sorrows Of Work," the author makes a case for work - as opposed to leisure - as a source of inspiration for art and celebration. mark for My Articles
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