-- McGraw-Hill's annual publication continues its tradition of making information on the latest advances in science and technology accessible to non-specialist readers through concise, well-illustrated articles.
-- More than 170 entries from leaders in their respective fields -- including the winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize for Chemistry -- cover topics from Agribiotechnology to X-ray astronomy.
-- Up-to-date coverage in such exciting forefront areas as: Antisense drugs; El Nino; Electric vehicles; Geographic Information Systems; Intelligent transportation systems; Molecular machines; Nanoelectronics; Precision agriculture; Smart structures and materials; Virtual reality, and many, more.
-- Features extensive cross-references to the Encyclopedia and other key literature for background reading
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This volume supplements and updates the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. There are approximately 175 articles covering recent trends and developments in the main areas of science and engineering, from agriculture to zoology.
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