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You are browsing: All Making Sense of Science: Light and Colour. Foyalty 21. Making Sense of Science: Light and Colour (Paperback). Peter Riley was a science teacher for 25 years, 17 of them as Head of Science. His first book was published in 1981, and he has been a full-time author since 1996, with over 200 books published for children, students and teachers. He is the winner of the prestigious Schoolbook Award for Science in 2000, as well as being shortlisted for the Aventis Science Prize 2004 and nominated for the Educational Resources Award in 2009. More books by Peter Riley.
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Find nearly any book by Peter Riley (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Poetry of Peter Riley. ISBN 9780968529447 (978-685294-4-7) Softcover, The Gig, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'The Poetry of Peter Riley'. Series: Making sense of science (Book 10). Hardcover: 32 pages. Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd (February 10, 2005).
Making Sense of Science. By (author) Peter Riley. Peter Riley is an award-winning science author, whose many books include the Straightforward Science series for Watts. He taught science at secondary level and still spends a lot of time in schools. He lives in Burnley, Lancashire. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
How can light be bent? Science can be a puzzling topic to inquiring young minds. Materials And Matter (Making Sense of Science). 1583407162 (ISBN13: 9781583407165). This series delves into both the history of science and its many practical applications today. Easy-to-follow diagrams and hands-on activities illustrate key concepts.
Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution" is a 1973 essay by the evolutionary biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky, criticising anti-evolution creationism and espousing theistic evolution. The essay was first published in American Biology Teacher in 1973.
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Light is made up of wavelengths of light, and each wavelength is a particular colour Nature of science. It sometimes takes a long time for new scientific knowledge to become widespread
Light is made up of wavelengths of light, and each wavelength is a particular colour. The colour we see is a result of which wavelengths are reflected back to our eyes. It sometimes takes a long time for new scientific knowledge to become widespread. For example, many people used to think that dogs could only see in black and white.