Querida España: A los muchachos españoles de hoy

Querida España: A los muchachos españoles de hoy

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Overview

Este libro está dedicado a los chicos y chicas españoles de hoy, que pronto serán adolescentes, y quizá desconozcan la historia reciente de su patria porque nadie se la ha contado bien. En estas páginas, tres españoles ilustres, Agustín Serrano de Haro, Leónides Gonzalo Calavia y José Mª Sánchez Silva, les dan la pista para conocer mejor y amar mejor a España

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788494109546
Publisher: Ciencia y Cultura
Publication date: 10/01/2016
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 140
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Professor of Materials Physics at the Universidad Autónoma (Madrid)(1978-2006). At present he is research collaborator at UAM, and Professor Emeritus at the EPS- U. San Pablo CEU, Madrid. He worked as Senior Scientist in the PRNC (1962-1975) and as research collaborator in Brookhaven National Laboratory (1964-65) Previously or simultaneouly he was teacher or professor at the universities of Salamanca(1959-62), UPR Mayaguez(1962-75), UPR Río Piedras (1975-76),Puerto Rico, and Barcelona (1976-77). President Asociacion Espanola Ciencia y Cultura: http://www.cienciaycultura.com/jag_personal.htm Author of books on Phase Transitions, Solid State Spectroscopies, Ferroelectricity, Cosmology, Philosophy and History of Science, and on various vital, cultural, religious and scientific subjects. He was elected member of the Advisory European (1979- )and International(1981- ) Commitees on Ferroelectricity and Member of the advisory board of the international Journals "Ferroelectrics" and "Phase Transitions" In 2003 he received the "Cruz de Alfonso X el Sabio", Encomienda de Caballero. In 2006 he was made Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain) He has been privileged to collaborate/publish with four Noble Prize Physics winners: K.A.Müller(Zurich),V.Ginzburg(Moscow),J.C.Mather(NASA) and G.F.Smoot(Berkeley)

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