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Download Milestones in Science and Technology: The Ready Reference Guide to Discoveries, Inventions, and Facts&lt;br&gt; Second Edition eBook
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1573565504
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Barbara A. List,Ellis A. Mount,Barbara List
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Greenwood; 2 edition (December 16, 1993)
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Mount, Ellis; List, Barbara . Contains 1,250 alphabetical entries on important scientific developments and inventions, including who invented what, and where and when the invention occurred. Alphabetical listing of terms-Listing of cited references-Listing of references of interest-Personal name index-Chronological index-Geogrphical index-Field of study index. 2nd ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:un:pdf:49f-9ce466cfce86 urn:acs6:un:epub:f2d-a5b49a0c8d5a urn:oclc:record:1036683194.

by Barbara List, Ellis Mount, Barbara A. List. Who discovered DNA? Who invented the automatic teller machine? Is there such a thing as a magnetic-levitated train? These are just a few of the questions readers can quickly answer by consulting Milestones in Science and Technology. Readers of all ages can easily find facts, history, names, and dates surrounding the 1,250 most important events in sci-tech history.

These are just a few of the questions readers can quickly answer by consulting Milestones in Science and Technology

These are just a few of the questions readers can quickly answer by consulting Milestones in Science and Technology. Each event gets special treatment in understandable paragraphs of 150 to 600 words.

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Mount, Ellis; List, Barbara A. This book presents the facts, history, names, and dates behind 1,250 major accomplishments in science and technology

Mount, Ellis; List, Barbara A. This book presents the facts, history, names, and dates behind 1,250 major accomplishments in science and technology. Each topic is covered in understandable paragraphs of 150 to 600 words and is intended for students, librarians, science instructors, and the general public.

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Ellis Mount, American Educational consultant. First lieutenant United States Army Air Corps, 1943-1946. Member Special Libraries Association (treasurer, Hall of Fame 1990, John Cotton Dana award 1984), Association of Indiana Information Professionals, American Society for Information Science, Beta Phi Museum. Scientific and technical libraries in the seventies: A guide to information sources (Books, publishing, and libraries information guide series ; v. 4). 1981.

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This book was compiled to provide information on what the compilers believe to be the 1000 most significant topics in science and technology

This book was compiled to provide information on what the compilers believe to be the 1000 most significant topics in science and technology. Topics cover basic discoveries as well as practical inventions and the main body of the book is arranged alphabetically by the name of the invention or the discovery. Each entry provides a brief description of the topic, as well as the dates these events occurred, the names of the people involved, and the nationalities of the persons named. In addition, each topic is assigned a broad category, such as physics or medicine.

Who discovered DNA? Who invented the automatic teller machine? Is there such a thing as a magnetic-levitated train? These are just a few of the questions readers can quickly answer by consulting Milestones in Science and Technology. Readers of all ages can easily find facts, history, names, and dates surrounding the 1,250 most important events in sci-tech history. Each event gets special treatment in understandable paragraphs of 150 to 600 words. Four indexes provide access by year, name of discoverer or inventor, nationality or country, and broad subject category. The text is enhanced by photos and illustrations.