The annual collection celebrating the finest Australian science writing of the year. Why are Sydneyas golden orb weaver spiders getting fatter and fitter? Could sociology explain the recent upsurge in prostate cancer diagnoses? Why were Darwinites craving a good storm during aThe Angry Summera? Is it true that tuberculosis has become deadlier over time? And are jellyfish really taking over the world? Now in its fourth year, this popular and acclaimed anthology steps inside the nationas laboratories and its finest scientific and literary minds. Featuring prominent authors such as Tim Flannery, Jo Chandler, Frank Bowden and Iain McCalman, as well as many new voices, it covers topics as diverse and wondrous as our alumpya universe, the creation of dragons and the frontiers of climate science.Using a manual transmission and assuming the road surface has a gradient of roughlyzero and assuming the bus isfully ... After suffering a catastrophic defeat and capture at the Battle of Sedan in 1870, thereby losing the FrancoPrussian War, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Best Australian Science Writing 2014|
|Publisher||:||NewSouth - 2014-11-01|