More books about the sciences can be found using the Library's catalog
|American Men and Women of Science
||REF Q 141. A 474 1995
|Dictionary of Scientists
|Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics
||REF Q 175.35 E 53 2005
|History of Modern Science and Mathematics
||REF Q 125. H 6298 2002
|McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology
||REF Q 121. M 3 2007
|New Dictionary of Scientific Biography
||REF Q 141. D 5 2008
|New York Public Library Science Desk Reference
||REF Q 173. B 25 1995
|Notable Twentieth-Century Scientists
||REF Q 141. N 73 1995
|Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science
||REF Q 125. O 86 2003
|Philosophy of Science: An Encyclopedia
||REF Q 174.7 P 55 2006
|Science, Technology, and Society
||REF HM 846. S 43 2005
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