Futureworld Tomorrow's Technology Today by
  

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Futureworld Tomorrow's Technology Today by

Where will we be in 2025? This fascinating book reveals the technology that's in prototype today, and will be commonplace tomorrow. Whether it's flying cars, space tourism, nanobots or airships, every page reveals an exciting and totally real vision of a future that is almost within our grasp.

About the Author

Joel Levy is a writer and journalist specialising in science, nature and technology for younger audiences. His writing explores both mainstream science and weird technology, from chemistry and physics to death-rays and biomimetic robots. After taking degrees in molecular biology and psychology at Warwick and Edinburgh, he has gone on to write books including Really Useful, the science and history of everyday technology; Poison: A Social history, on the science and lore of poisons; Newton's Notebooks, on the life and discoveries of Isaac Newton; Phobiapedia, an encyclopaedia of the things that scare us most; and A Bee in a Cathedral, exploring analogies and thought experiments in science, nature and technology.

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Hardback
80 pages
Interest Age: 9+

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Publication date

10th April 2014

ISBN

9781780973227


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