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Reducing Pollution (Why Science Matters)

by John Coad

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 043104094X, Hardcover)

An innovative series which illustrates to students how the science they are studying is relevant to their everyday lives and the world around them. This series features case studies providing real-world examples, and includes profiles of scientists, their research and careers information. It considers the ethical issues behind key science topics, and key concepts and examples are highlighted in panels throughout the text helping students access information easily.

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This series examines the relevance of science in our everyday lives, relating what is learnt in school to real-world examples. It teaches students about the importance of science, its numerous applications, and the implications of scientific discovery for the world. Each book profiles real scientists and their research. 12-15 yrs. Science. Environment. Children's & Educational.… (more)

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