History of Science 3153: Since Newton

History of Science 3153: Since Newton

by Richard Jones, Ken Kirby, Charles Kelly, Ross Smith
     
 

This text book supports a university course on the history of modern science.  The time period covered is roughtly from the 1840s to the twenty-first century.  The focus is on the development of American science but the influence of China and India are highlighted in the twenty-first century.   See more details below

Overview

This text book supports a university course on the history of modern science.  The time period covered is roughtly from the 1840s to the twenty-first century.  The focus is on the development of American science but the influence of China and India are highlighted in the twenty-first century. 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015163612
Publisher:
Publish Green
Publication date:
08/28/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
641 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. Richard Jones is an associate professor at Texas Woman’s University in the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.  Classically trained as a geologist, he has worked in state government, military, and industry, as well as academia.  His interests are in developing science literacy and civic engagement elements of a liberal arts education among non-traditional and non-science students.  Jones has developed courses in the history of science, earth science, and water chemistry which emphasize this perspective.  Current interests include water, petroleum, and the rise/impact of India and China on these and other global natural resources.

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