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Almost daily we hear about new and important breakthroughs in science. But sometimes it turns out that the new scientific truths is later discredited, or too controversial. What is a non-scientist to believe? Readers will come away from this book with an increased understanding of what science is, how it works, and how to deal with science at its fringes.
Did you know that sometimes 2+2 equals 5? That wheels don't always have to be round? That you can mathematically prove there is a hippopotamus in your basement? View the world and problems in different ways through math. Apply mathematics to things you thought unimaginable.
The authors used various critical theories to situate and make visible the lives of women of color in such disciplines and workplace contexts like mathematics, science, engineering, NASA, academia, government agencies, and others.
Every field and industry has at least one publication that people in the field read to keep up with what's going on. These magazines are in the Library's collections and you can access them and read like any pro in your field! For those exploring careers, they are great sources for inspiration. For job seekers, they are sources that can help you look knowledgable on trends, which can give you an edge for your job interviews and put you at ease for those moments of small talk with a potential employer.
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Takes an in-depth look at astronaut training and the background of selected astronaut candidate Tim Peake. Time Peake recalls his training from the last six years and show viewers some of his final simulations before takeoff to the International Space Station
From the APS website: "The American Physical Society (www.aps.org) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy and international activities."