Contributor biographical information for 100 most important science ideas : key concepts in genetics, physics and mathematics / Mark Henderson, Joanne Baker, Tony Crilly.


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Mark Henderson is science editor of the Times of London.
Joanne Baker has a PhD from the University of Sydney and is the editor of physical science at Science magazine.
Tony Crilly is a reader in mathematical sciences at Middlesex University. He has written and edited many articles and is the author of the acclaimed biography of English mathematician Arthur Cayley.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Genetics -- Popular works.
Physics -- Popular works.
Mathematics -- Popular works.
G‚en‚etique -- Miscellan‚ees.
Physique -- Miscellan‚ees.
Math‚ematiques -- Miscellan‚ees.