StudyPass guides are the most compact, easy-to-use and affordable help that is available. Students can now have all the key information from their course at their fingertips and step by step help for their most common problems. All the essential information in one compact and easy to use reference guide. Quickly provi... read more
StudyPass guides are the most compact, easy-to-use and affordable help that is available. Students can now have all the key information from their course at their fingertips and step by step help for their most common problems. All the essential information in one compact and easy to use reference guide. Quickly provides... read more
The Periodic Table is huge and intricate and seen to be a thing for only Scientists to worry about. This book allows all to have access to what the symbols and two-letter Scrabble words that everyone thinks must be cheating actually mean and also where we can encounter them in everyday life. From Batteries to Toothpaste, Ei... read more
Discover the secrets of science through hundreds of experiments that will challenge and entertain you. You will be amazed at how much you learn while having so much fun! Do you know how to make your own erupting volcano? Or how rainbows are made? Explore the world of science and learn about Earth and the Solar System.
|Series:||The Surfing Scientist|
Surfing Scientist Ruben Meerman from ABC TV's Rollercoaster shows you how to make ordinary stuff do extraordinary things. Step-by-step instructions and photos for 40 cool, tried and tested science tricks that really work. No special equipment or materials required - everything you need can be found in your kitchen.
|Series:||The Surfing Scientist|
Surfing Scientist Ruben Meerman from ABC TV's Rollercoaster shows you how to make 40 excellent gizmo's with stuff that's lying around the house. With step-by-step instructions and photos, learn the fascinating science that makes these gizmos work.
|Series:||Rebel Lives S.|
This book takes a subversive look at lesser-known aspects of the famous scientist's intellectual life, the man whom the FBI thought was "too clever not to track." It presents Einstein's denunciation of U.S. use of nuclear bombs in 1945, his socialism and his passionate opposition to war as a profound advocate of radical humanism.
Covers all NCEA Level 1 Science Achievement Standards. Features brief revision notes, worked examples and all questions from the 2006 - 2008 exams. Full answers are provided with A, M and E grades shown. Use throughout the year or from later Term 3 to revise and prepare for the NCEA external exams.
|Series:||Science at the Edge S.|
This series investigates scientific developments and theories that give rise to popular and widespread interest, concern and controversy. Each book looks at a different source of controversy and: - introduces the personalities and interest groups - features details of the development or discovery - explains the underlying sci... read more
|Author:||Veronika Meduna & Rebecca Priestley|
From Joseph Banks to Ernest Rutherford to Beatrice Tinsley to Ingrid Visser, 'Atoms, Dinosaurs & DNA' covers 68 of New Zealand's most pre-eminent scientists. Among them are some of the earliest explorers and collectors, the first professional scientists and some of today's leading scientists who are continuing to make dis... read more