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David Schneider

Biography

David Schneider, former assistant managing editor of American Scientist, is now a senior editor at IEEE Spectrum.


By this author :

Book Review

Land of Ghosts, Being a Photographer, Encyclopedia of Caves and more...

A Field Guide to Sprawl, Astonishing Animals and more

The Architecture and Design of Man and Woman, Origins, Ultimate Robot and more...

Degrees Kelvin, Why We Do It and more...

Out of Gas, Compass, Consciousness and more...

Pandora's Baby, Bicycling Science, The Mapmaker's Wife and more . . .

Alpha and Omega, Universe on a T-Shirt, Explorers and Natives in the Polar North and more . . .

Road Ecology, Birding on Borrowed Time, and more . . .

Interview

An interview with David Goodstein

Nanoview

DIY Science

Short takes on three books

Short takes on three books

Short takes on three books

Short takes on two books

Short takes on three books

Short takes on three books

Short takes on three books

Short takes on six books

Short takes on five books

Science Observer

La Vie en Rose

Who's Resuscitating the Electric Car?

Penetrating Winds

Solar Energy's Red Queen

Edison's Final Revenge

A Market for Basic Science?

Neatness Counts

Getting All Revved Up

That Other Greenhouse Gas

Grow Your Own?

Smart as We Can Get?

Dial L for Location

Filling up with Hydrogen

To Boldly Go (Again)

Storm Watch

Looking for Dr. Pangloss

Living in Sunny Times

It Came from Outer Space?

Sea Change

Note to Truckers: Drink More Coffee

First in Flight?

Greenland or Whiteland?

First Pings First

Beluga Oceanography

Current Affairs

Some Levity in Physics

Shedding Light on Dolphins

A Burning Question

Solar Windjamming

Confusion About Fusion

Electric Stars

Big Screen, Big Science

Robo P.I.

Pole Vaulting

Moonbounce

Cutting a Wide SWATH

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Twisting at Tahoe

Invisible Lights in the Sky

Free-Floating Planets

Heard It on the Radio

New Thinking on New Thinking

A Monument to Modesty

Fusion from Television?


 

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