Amazing Scientists by Charles Margerison
Inspirational Stories

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What would Charles Darwin say if he was interviewed about his life and work? How would Galileo reflect upon his contribution to scientific discovery? In their day, there were few newspapers or journalists to tell these stories, however in Amazing Scientists, the stories of amazing people including Isaac Newton, Linus Pauling, and Louis Pasteur come alive. The bounds of possibility in the many fields of science, including chemistry, physics, psychology, engineering and medicine, are always being stretched. This book helps us understand the ways in which this can happen, through the life stories of people who have made such achievements.
This unique collection of short life stories reveals the lives some of the world's greatest and most influential scientists. Meet Einstein, Curie, Faraday, Newton, Tesla and Salk, and get a very personal sense of what they achieved in their lives. Understand the challenges and risks they all faced. Explore the social as well as the technical aspects of their lives. Be inspired as their stories come alive through BioViews® which offer new perspective on the lives of these amazing people.
What is a BioView®? A BioView® is a short biographical story, similar to an interview, about an amazing person. The stories can be read in around ten minutes. They provide an easy way of learning about people who made major contributions to our world. The unique format and flow enables each person's story to come alive, as if it is being personally told to you and reflects their interests, emotions and passions. These are unique life stories that can provide you with inspiration in your own life.Visit www.amazingpeopleclub.com to explore this exciting range of books and audio resources.
 

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Published April 19, 2011 by Amazing People Club. 221 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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