Physics in Action Set by Andrew Dean Foland
  

Synopsis

Physics in Action Set by Andrew Dean Foland

Physics in Action explores the fascinating science of matter and energy and their interactions. This practical series is a tour of the world of physics, from the smallest particles that make up matter to the immense forces that move the continents. Full-colour throughout and filled with detailed features, these engaging volumes drive home the fundamental science by providing accessible real-life examples that offer students an empowering research tool to complement their curriculum.

About the Author

Series editor David G. Haase is professor of physics and director of The Science House at North Carolina State University, USA. He earned a B.A. in physics and mathematics at Rice University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in physics at Duke University, USA, where he was a J.B. Duke Fellow. Haase is the founding director of The Science House, which annually serves nearly 25,000 teachers and students across North Carolina. He has coauthored more than 120 papers in experimental physics and science education, and has coedited one book of student learning activities and five volumes of conference proceedings on K-12 outreach from university science departments. Haase has received the Distinguished Service Award of the North Carolina Science Teachers Association and was chosen 1990 Professor of the Year in the State of North Carolina by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.

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Format

Hardback
277 pages

Author

Andrew Dean Foland
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Publication date

30th July 2012

ISBN

9781617531170


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