Science at the Bar – Science & Technology in American Law (Paper)
Science Technology & American Foreign Policy (Paper)
Nap: Science & Technology Leadership In American Government: Ensuring The Best Presidential Appointments (pr Only)
Science on Trial – The Clash of Medical Evidence & the Law in the Breast Implant Case (Paper)
Politics of American Science 1939 to the Present (Paper)
Discovery, Innovation & Risk – Case Studies in Science & Technology (Paper)
Subject Matter – Technology, the Body & Science on the Anglo–American Frontier 1500–1676
Science On Trial – The Clash of Medical Evidence & the Law in the Breast Implant Case
The M.Sc degree programme in Packaging Technology was started in autumn 2006. The programme is directed towards persons with a B.Sc degree in areas related to Packaging Technology. Students entering the programme have had background fields such as forestry, paper technology, chemistry, food technology, business administration etc. The programme has been tailormade for students working in industry. This means that contact learning takes place during 9-10 intensive weeks per academic year. The intensive weeks are arranged for the major subject of Packaging Technology. Minor subjects can be selected rather freely from the topics offered at Lappeenranta University of Technology. Organising the PT-programme for full-time working adult students is a challenging task as it is an international programme with both domestic and foreign students with different educational backgrounds. The purpose of this work is to provide both student and lecturer feedback for improving the programme to better meet the requirements of part-time studying.
The Statesman?s Science – History, Nature and Law in the Political Thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
This book examines the relation between modern English poetry and science. The author draws attention to the positive and negative reception of scientific achievements by poets in the twentieth century and contemporary poetry. An analysis of diction, imagery and poetic form is presented.The book also covers some aspects of new fields,like psychotherapy, in which poetry is being used as a means of curing the self.It is only one step toward a new way of looking at poetry.
Science & the Founding Fathers – Science in the Political Thought of Jefferson, Franklin, Adams, & Madison (Paper)
Women in Science – Antiquity Through the Nineteenth Century (Paper)
The growing trend of knowledge of science and technology is by no means a major contributing factor to the economic transformation of most of the world’s economies. The development of science and technology is also recognised worldwide as vital for a nation’s overall economic development. When used effectively, science and technology is able to improve productivity and meet the needs of society. This in effect makes the role of the science teacher very unique and important in the realization of the goal scientific endeavours of every country. It is in this vein that this book focused on the peculiar challenges the teachers faced in the teaching of Integrated Science and also help create awareness among the people as to what they can do to help improve science education. The book takes therefore an investigative and explorative view into the challenges of teaching Integrated Science in the public Junior High Schools in the Kwahu West Municipality. It also looked at the teacher support services available in the Municipality to help the science teachers deal with challenges that might exist to hinder their performances.
The Cybernetic Imagination in Science Fiction (Paper)