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Who discovered DNA? Who invented the automatic teller machine? Is there such a thing as a magnetic-levitated train? These are just a few of the questions readers can quickly answer by consulting Milestones in Science and Technology. Readers of all ages can easily find facts, history, names, and dates surrounding the 1,250 most important events in sci-tech history. Each event gets special treatment in understandable paragraphs of 150 to 600 words. Four indexes provide access by year, name of discoverer or inventor, nationality or country, and broad subject category. The text is enhanced by photos and illustrations.
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ELLIS MOUNT, D.L.S., is president of Mount Data Services, Teaneck, New Jersey and editor of Sci-Tech News. Formerly, he was research scholar at Columbia University School of Library Service, New York, New York. He is a member of the Special Libraries Association (SLA), the American Society for Information Science, and the Association of Independent Information Professionals. He received the John Cotton Dana Award from SLA in 1984. In 1990, Dr. Mount was elected to the SLA Hall of Fame.
BARBARA A. LIST, M.L.S., is director of Science and Engineering Libraries, Columbia University, New York, New York. Formerly, she was editor of New Technical Books and coordinator of collection development at the Research Libraries, Science and Technology Research Center, and The New York Public Library. She is a member of the Special Libraries Association and the American Library Association.
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Book Description Greenwood, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0897742605