The Book of Big Science Ideas
What is everything made of? What is our place in space? Can machines think? And why does your hat come hurtling back down after you've chucked it into the air? This book has the answers!
Readers will learn all about established ideas such as atoms, electricity and the solar system, as well as ideas that are still evolving such as gravity, energy and classification, right up to recent discoveries like AI and genetics.
Each big idea is explored over two double-page spreads: the first explains the idea in rich detail and with plenty of bright and engaging illustrations and diagrams, while the second spread introduces readers to the key scientists and thinkers who helped shape the idea with fun portraits for each one. Thinkers include, Wang Zhenyi, Louis Pasteur, Marie Curie, James Joule, Rosalind Franklin, Charles Darwin, Aristotle, Edith Clarke, Isaac Newton, Grace Hopper, Alan Turing, Ada Lovelace and many, many more!
Spreads on why ideas matter, the scientific method, future ideas and even more scientists to discover are also included, and a detailed timeline and glossary of scientific terms ensure that readers have the tools to really get to grips with the concepts.
This is the perfect book for science-loving kids everywhere.
This book is part of our STEM collection - a range of books and activities to encourage children into science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
- The book of big science ideas: from atoms to AI and from gravity to genes... how science shapes our world by Freya Hardy; illustrated by Sara Mulvanny
- ISBN: 9781782407386
- 80 pages, hardback book
- 22 x 28 cm
- Target audience: 8+ years
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