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  • Wave Makers

    by Gabrielle Raymond McGee
    Wave Makers: How to Become an Ocean Superhero, is a delightful story that teaches young readers how they can have a meaningful impact on protecting the ocean, even as children. The story follows Dr. Sylvia Earle, legendary oceanographer and explorer, as she visits a classroom and tells the students that the ocean is full of superheroes! That’s right, every organism in sea life has their own special role to play that promotes the amazing interconnectedness of the ocean, its community of sea ... more
  • Eye of the Champion

    by Daniel M. Laby, MD
    Dr Laby has distilled his unparalleled experience into a unique and science-based approach to sports vision that can help every athlete optimize their vision. This knowledge has been used by the world’s top athletes for decades, to help them win championships and perform at their best. Now Dr Laby shares this knowledge with athletes of all levels, and sports, to help them find that competitive edge, allowing them to perform at their best! This book spotlights the different areas that impact... more
  • Amy’s Red-Haired Dream

    by Ramy I Chia
    Amy is a Latina girl with big dreams of becoming an engineer. Even though her family faces financial challenges and people say engineering is just for boys, Amy's unwavering determination and her family's love propel her forward. Amy becomes the first female president of the Engineers Association. 'Amy's Red-Haired Dream' is a reminder that you can achieve anything if you believe in yourself and follow your heart."
  • Speaking for the Earth

    by John Meier
    THE OFFICIAL BOOK OF THE FIRST EARTH DAY written by U.S. Candidate, Howard Hughes aide, and world-renowned environmentalist John Meier. It was written in 1970 for the first Earth Day when Meier was at the forefront of the environmental movement, including having resided on President Richard Nixon’s Task Force on Resources and Environment and receiving international acclaim from Countries for his work on the environment. Earth Day is April 22 and is now celebrated by over 193 countries and 1 bill... more
  • The Alphabet in Bloom

    by Katie Merkle

    T is for tulip. A flower for each letter of the alphabet is a beautiful way to brighten your day!

  • Наука, 21-й век.

    by Андрей Полеев

    Разум — очень короткое слово, но это самая совершенная и восхитительная вещь, фрагмент души вселенной, или, как благочестивее сказать для тех, кто изучает философию по Моисею, очень точная копия божественного образа. Филон Александрийский. Об изменении имён.
    λογισμὸς δὲ βραχὺ μὲν ὄνομα, τελειότατον δὲ καὶ θ&eps... more

  • Destined to Recover: A Story of Addiction & Biology

    by ME Riordan, MD, PhD
    Alcoholism and drug addiction inflict a devastating toll on society, producing millions of broken people and scores of broken homes. What then, if anything, can be done to help? Destined to Recover takes an unblinking look at the problem from a unique vantage point, that of a physician-scientist who is also a recovering alcoholic and addict. Fast-paced, provocative, and intended for the public, the author’s account will bring the reader face-to-face with the heartbreaking reality of addictive di... more
  • Quantum Mechanics, Cancer, and Scientific Silos: A Simple Introduction to Baffling Mysteries

    by ME Riordan, MD, PhD
    Are you interested in scientific mysteries of the universe? How about quantum mechanics, the current explanation for the behavior of atoms? Have you heard of the strange implications of the theory, such as spooky action at a distance, fuzzy location of atomic particles, or human consciousness changing physical reality? Do you wonder how the atomic world could be so unusual? How about cancer research and treatment? Do you question why we are making such great progress in the laborator... more
  • Einstein's Lock

    by ME Riordan, MD, PhD
    In 1905, Albert Einstein published his landmark paper on special relativity, leading to a revolution in physics and society. Einstein radically changed our understanding of reality, including the notion that time slows down with movement, a concept seemingly later validated by atomic clocks aboard fast moving airplanes. To most people there was only one conclusion to the clock data, Einstein’s theory of special relativity must be true. How else does one explain the bizarre idea that time appe... more
  • Needle in a Haystack: How Clyde W. Tombaugh Found an Awesome New World

    by Diane Phelps Budden
    Growing up on a Kansan farm gave Clyde W. Tombaugh plenty of sky to explore, plenty of time to learn all he could about astronomy. He and his father and uncle trained their homemade telescope on the planets. Clyde drew the surfaces of Mars and Jupiter and shared his drawings with Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. Gadzooks! They hired him to help search for a new planet! After 300 days of scouring the sky with a photographic telescope, Clyde pinpointed Pluto’s location on February 18, 193... more
  • The Science of Energy

    by Payman Sattari
    At the intersection of science, metaphysics, and consciousness, The Science of Energy is the first book in a series that bridges the gap between conscious experience and the physical world. Written in an accessible language suitable for the layperson, it presents a new metaphysical system—a single framework of logic where all aspects of reality (conscious and material) can work together. It is a path to understanding the nature of reality, but more than that, it lays the foundation for understan... more
  • The Giant's Ladder: The Science Professional’s Blueprint for Marketing Success

    by Elizabeth Chabe
    As a scientist or engineer, do you find the concept of marketing your work daunting? Are you struggling to get your scientific breakthrough the attention and success it deserves? The Giant's Ladder, by Elizabeth Chabe, offers a pathway to do just that. This guide is specifically crafted for scientists stepping into leadership roles, marketing professionals within scientific organizations, and communication experts in research institutions. It provides a clear, insightful approach to sharing and... more
  • Alien Invasion Book One Portal

    by Nickensley Germine
    After aliens invade the planet, a group of teens are tasked with stopping them before its to late.
  • Containing Big Tech

    by Tom Kemp
    The path forward to rein in online surveillance, AI, and tech monopolies Technology is a gift and a curse. The five Big Tech companies―Meta, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google―have built innovative products that improve many aspects of our lives. But their intrusiveness and our dependence on them have created pressing threats to our civil rights, economy, and democracy. Coming from an extensive background building Silicon Valley-based tech startups, Tom Kemp eloquently and precisely weav... more
  • Neuromined

    by Robert Grant
    Are advances in technology working for us or against us? When our phones become our keys to access everything, will our lives be more convenient or more at the mercy of whoever can hack into our devices? Will self-driving cars help us maximize our time and get to our destination safely, or will they erode the autonomy and freedom we feel when we drive ourselves? What happens if the government, in the name of public health, gains access to the data in our handy fitness trackers and uses it... more
  • Information Crisis

    by Julia Soplop
    The rapid and ubiquitous spread of information has failed to remedy one of humanity’s most enduring challenges: making accurate sense of the world. Instead, a constellation of factors influencing how we interact with information—and, in particular, scientific information—has prevented us from digesting and adequately confronting many of the greatest problems of our time, from climate change to pandemics. The book, an essential read for non-scientists and scientists alike, offers both an analysis... more