This week’s books in Science
Here are this week’s new releases for the category ‘Science’.
| ★ Our Staff Pick ★
A Most Remarkable Creature: The Hidden Life and Epic Journey of the World's Smartest Birds of Prey
By Jonathan Meiburg
| The Nature of Oaks: The Rich Ecology of Our Most Essential Native Trees
By Douglas W. Tallamy
Publisher: Timber Press
| Emery's Elements of Medical Genetics and Genomics
By Peter D Turnpenny BSc MB ChB DRCOG DCH FRCP FRCPCH FRCPath FHEA (Author), Sian Ellard BSc PhD FRCPath OBE (Author), Ruth Cleaver MBChB BSc MRCP (Author)
| A Textbook of Genetics: Exclusively for CBSE and NEET Aspirants
By Dr. Pankaj Kumar
Publisher: Lalita Publishers
| When Animals Rescue: Amazing True Stories about Heroic and Helpful Creatures
By Belinda Recio (Author), Mark Rowlands (Foreword)
| Stewarding the Sound: The Challenge of Managing Sensitive Coastal Ecosystems
By Leah Bendell (Editor), Patricia Gallaugher (Editor) et al.
Publisher: CRC Press
| The Science of Animal Welfare: Understanding What Animals Want
By Marian Stamp Dawkins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
| Angelo Secchi and Nineteenth Century Science: The Multidisciplinary Contributions of a Pioneer and Innovator (Historical & Cultural Astronomy)
By Ileana Chinnici (Editor), Guy Consolmagno (Editor)
| Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series)
By Emine E. Abali (Author), Susan D. Cline (Author) et al.
| Is This Wi-Fi Organic?: A Guide to Spotting Misleading Science Online
By Dave Farina
| The Rise of Astrophysics in Modern Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy (Astronomers' Universe)
By Francisco Sánchez (Author), T. J. Mahoney (Translator)
| Discoveries at the Frontiers of Science: From Nuclear Astrophysics to Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions (FIAS Interdisciplinary Science Series)
By Johannes Kirsch (Editor), Stefan Schramm (Editor) et al.