Explore Books About history of science


Forensics in the Real World by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

Forensics in the Real World

Grade 4-6
Released in 2017

First, learn what forensics is and how it came to be. Then, peek inside the daily lives of the real crime scene investigators, forensic specialists, and research scientists that help solve crimes every day. Includes insight into real cases and plenty of info on what it takes to do these important jobs.
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Forensic Science: In Pursuit of Justice by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

Forensic Science: In Pursuit of Justice

Grade 8+
Released in 2015

This book explores how forensic science first developed. It covers the history of DNA fingerprinting, autopsy and anthropology, chemistry and toxicology, ballistics, blood spatter analysis, fingerprints, trace evidence, and questioned documents, with emphasis on key scientists and landmark cases. Current issues in forensic science, and the future of the field, are also discussed.
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Gene Therapy by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

Gene Therapy

Grade 8+
Released in 2013

Gene Therapy covers the history and development of this fascinating science, and includes the most recent information on the state of the field.
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The Scientific Method in the Real World by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

The Scientific Method in the Real World

Grade 4+
Released in 2013

Examines the history of the scientific method and describes each of its components, which include making observations, asking questions, creating hypotheses, running experiments, and looking for patterns in the results.
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