Volume 93 | Number 2 | March-April 2005
Mary Jo Nye has written a thought-provoking biography of Nobel physicist and activist Patrick Blackett
In Nature: An Economic History, master naturalist Geerat J. Vermeij has constructed a full theory that characterizes the history of life and the evolution of ecosystems as an economic system
In Soft Machines, Richard A. L. Jones recommends looking inside cells for inspiration, methods and raw materials
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