A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes [EPUB]

A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes [EPUB]
A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes by Adam Rutherford
2016 | EPUB + AZW3 | 0.3/0.3MB

This is a story about you.

It is the history of who you are and how you came to be. It is unique to you, as it is to each of the 100 billion modern humans who have ever drawn breath. But it is also our collective story, because in every one of our genomes we each carry the history of our species - births, deaths, disease, war, famine, migration and a lot of sex.

Since scientists first read the human genome in 2001 it has been subject to all sorts of claims, counterclaims and myths. In fact, as Adam Rutherford explains, our genomes should be read not as instruction manuals, but as epic poems. DNA determines far less than we have been led to believe about us as individuals, but vastly more about us as a species.

In this captivating journey through the expanding landscape of genetics, Adam Rutherford reveals what our genes now tell us about history, and what history tells us about our genes. From Neanderthals to murder, from redheads to race, dead kings to plague, evolution to epigenetics, this is a demystifying and illuminating new portrait of who we are and how we came to be.

Biology: How Life Works, 2nd Edition [PDF]

Biology: How Life Works, 2nd Edition [PDF]
Biology: How Life Works, 2nd Edition by James R Morris, Daniel L Hartl, Andrew H Knoll, Robert A Lue, Melissa Michael, Andrew Berry, Andrew Biewener, Brian Farrell, N Michele Holbrook
2016 | PDF | 125.55MB

Biology: How Life Works was written in response to recent and exciting changes in biology, education, and technology with the goal of helping students to think like biologists. The text, visual program, and assessments were developed together to provide students with the best resources to gain an understanding of modern biology.

Content is selected carefully, is integrated to illustrate the connections between concepts, and follows six themes that are crucial to biology: the scientific method, chemical and physical principles, cells, evolution, ecological systems, and human impact.

The second edition continues this approach, but includes expanded coverage of ecology, new in-class activities to assist instructors in active teaching, new pedagogical support for visual synthesis maps, and expanded and improved assessment.

How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, 6th Edition [PDF]

How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, 6th Edition [PDF]
How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, 6th Edition by Louis A Bloomfield
2016 | PDF | 18.48MB

How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, Binder Ready Version, 6th Edition provides an accessible introduction to physics for the non-science student. Like the previous editions it employs everyday objects, with which students are familiar, in case studies to explain the most essential physics concepts of day-to-day life. Lou Bloomfield takes seemingly highly complex devices and strips away the complexity to show how at their heart are simple physics ideas. Once these concepts are understood, they can be used to understand the behavior of many devices encountered in everyday life.

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