The Resource The best Australian science writing 2013, edited by Jane McCredie and Natasha Mitchell, (electronic resource)

The best Australian science writing 2013, edited by Jane McCredie and Natasha Mitchell, (electronic resource)

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The best Australian science writing 2013
Title
The best Australian science writing 2013
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jane McCredie and Natasha Mitchell
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Language
eng
Summary
Could the dodo make a comeback? What does science tell us about the sex in Fifty Shades of Grey? Is giving up meat really the greenest option? Can you use tweets to spot a psychopath? Do birds make art? What do the Cold War and climate science have in common? And can a psychologist interpret your farts? The Best Australian Science Writing 2013 brings together great writing about life and the universe, including contributions from poets and psychologists, comedians and climate commentators, neuroscientists and novelists, star-gazers and science journalists. With a foreword by superstar comedian
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AU@
Dewey number
808.0665
Index
no index present
LC call number
HF5381 .M348 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Target audience
adult
The best Australian science writing 2013, edited by Jane McCredie and Natasha Mitchell, (electronic resource)
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The best Australian science writing 2013, edited by Jane McCredie and Natasha Mitchell, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • CONTRIBUTORS; FOREWORD: Not a Nobel laureate; INTRODUCTION: An intimate dissection; The weather of who we are; It's time to become gonads; The last laughing death; The perils of evolution; Darwin's modest discovery; Earthmasters: Playing God with the climate; Science is more than freaks and circuses; Animals on drugs; Dreamtime cave; Heart dissection; Reaching one thousand; Higgs boson; Here come the eubernerds: Planets, Pluto and Prague; Many-worlds quantum mechanics vs earth-based grease monkeys; The vagina dialogues
  • Big Data can tell by your tweets if you're a psychopath:That's only the beginning {u2026}With body in mind (after Vesalius); How a donor is done; Nest: The art of birds; My father's body; Sentinel chickens; The science of shark fishing; On flatulence; Radioactive cigarettes: X-ray inhale; Martyrs to Gondwanaland: The cost of scientific exploration; Mr Jevons and his paradox; Alimentary thinking; The carnivore's (ongoing) dilemma; Beyond the shock machine; Australia's endangered future; Alive as a dodo; Probably a sacrifice; Fire on the mountain: A walk on Mt Stromlo; ADVISORY PANEL; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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International edition.
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1 online resource.
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9781742241654
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