Nibbling on Einstein's Brain: The Good, the Bad and the Bogus in Science

Annick Press
Diane Swanson

In an entertaining style, Diane Swanson illustrates good and poor presentations of scientific research. Using real life examples, the reader is led to thoughtfully consider the validity of all the information they read or hear in the news. The reader is also warned not to make such errors in his/her own scientific research. This book will help build a solid scientist.

Topic: science
Age Level: middle school
You'll use it: occasionally

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