The McGraw-Hill 2000 Yearbook of Science & Technology supplements and updates the Eighth Edition of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology with fascinating, vividly illustrated articles recounting the most significant recent ...
developments in science, technology, and engineering.
Providing a keen perspective on the direction and progress of research, the 2000 Yearbook explores a wide range of timely subjects selected by a distinguished editorial board. International experts invited from industry, academia, and government survey 170 fields such as, Air-traffic control, Alzheimer's disease, Combinatorial chemistry, Computer virus, El Nino, Embedded digital technology, Exotic atoms, Global positioning systems, Invasion ecology, Molecular machines, Nuclear structure, Obesity, Space flight, Smart materials and intelligent structures, Underwater vehicles, Vertebrate origins, and x-ray astronomy.
Edited and illustrated by McGraw-Hill for ease of comprehension, every article contains a bibliography and cross references to other Yearbook articles and related topics in the Encyclopedia for further study.
More than 170 articles selected by distinguished editorial board span all areas of science and technology
Written by leading scientists and engineers from universities, industry, and government
Expertly edited and illustrated by McGraw-Hill for ease of comprehension by non-specialists and students
Extensive references to Encyclopedia of Science & Technology and key literature for further study
Number of pages: 496
Date of publication: 28/09/1999
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