The Laboratory that bears the Cold Spring Harbor name is famous for its research, its role in science education, and the science that won three recent Nobel prizes. This book, an intellectual history of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, can be enjoyed by anyone interested in the development of contemporary science, regardless of technical background. It is assembled on the foundation of twenty research papers published between 1903 and 1969. Now hard to track down, they are reproduced in facsimile and accompanied by a series of essays by Jan Witkowski describing the investigations that were done, who did them, and why they were important. This handsome volume will appeal to students, established scientists, and others intrigued not only by the history of research at Cold Spring Harbor but also by an extraordinary period in the flowering of American science.
The Rail Blue color scheme dominated Britain's railways for almost twenty years and was considered somewhat drab and lifeless, especially when compared with the colorful variety of livery styles that had appeared on many of the new diesel and electric locomotive types since their introduction in the 1950s and 1960s. However, it is now clear that what the fleet may have lacked in color, it certainly made up for in variety, as during those “blue years” and compared to today, a host of different classes were to be witnessed plying their trade all over the country on a wide range of freight, passenger, and parcels workings. This latest volume in the BR Blue series, compiled by Gordon Wright, concentrates on the diesel classes within the Type 4 power range. All of the above helps to create a fitting celebration of a time that, in retrospect, is seen to be one of the most interesting and enjoyable on Britain's railways.
Author: Aleksandr V. Ivashchenko
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 1994-07-27
This book provides a systematic presentation of issues pertaining to the development of dichroic dyes applied in electrooptical systems for displaying and processing data. It explains the theory of the guest-host effect and the methodology of engineering dichroic dye (DD) molecules with specified characteristics. The book then examines the properties of currently known DDs, including the most interesting examples of synthesis. Various aspects of designing LCM for guest-host devices and available designs of guest-host LCDs are considered as well. Characteristics of dichroic dyes are presented in the Appendix as an added benefit to readers.
Author: Randy Garbin
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Release Date: 2005-03
Maps pinpoint diners' locations and trace routes for scenic drives Comprehensive listings of diners with addresses, phone numbers, and brief descriptions Diner styles and manufacturers Every diner is unique, from its design to its menu, but Randy Garbin knows the heart of a diner is the people who bring it to life day after day. Here he takes readers on a lively trip across the 6 states of New England and offers a sampling of the diners that operate there, focusing on the personalities and communities--and, of course, the cuisine--that make each diner special. Garbin shows that these roadside havens of good food and good people are alive and well.
Engage students in grades 2–4 and build their confidence using Graphing: Hidden Pictures. This 64-page resource teaches essential graphing skills through hands-on activities using popular second- through fourth-grade themes. Students work to reveal hidden pictures while practicing reading order, fine-motor skills, attention to detail, and concentration. They take pride in the finished product and look forward to the next lesson. The lessons are ideal for independent practice and homework. This book aligns with state, national, and Canadian provincial standards.
Author: David R. Lide
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 1995-03-09
This student edition features over 50 new or completely revised tables, most of which are in the areas of fluid properties and properties of solids. The book also features extensive references to other compilations and databases that contain additional information.