The New Encyclopedia of Scienc...
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When The New Encyclopedia of Science appeared in 1995, it answered a pressing need for an easy-to-understand and up-to-date introduction to the world of science. In the years since the first edition, an astonishing number of major scientific breakthroughs have occurred, from the mapping of the
human genome to important new work on global warming, string theory, Artificial Intelligence, the use of computers in medicine, the Internet, and much more. Now, in this newly revised and expanded second edition, The New Encyclopedia of Science is more current, more comprehensive, and more essential
than ever before.
Oxford University Press
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