communicating science: A collection by new writers
Out of Print
Science contains 47 articles about scientific subjects by 23 new writers
from Science and Writing, an upper-level course in the Professional Writing
and Communication Program at the University of Toronto at Mississauga,
writers who bridge the gap between the culture of science and the wider
culture of educated readers.
"Neo-Organs: New Hopes for Human Organ Transplantation"
"Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome: Biological Broken Telephone"
"Brain Aneurysms: Blood Balloon Bombs"
"In Search of the Hairless Gene"
"The Marlboro Man Conceives"
"Tapes Bad, CDs Good"
"The C-Tube: No More 'Accidents'"
"Ears That Stay Where You Put Them"
"Computers and the Hubble Space Telescope"
Megan Dawn Howie
"Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever"
"Convict Cichlids: The Case of Sexual Selection"
"Shock Treatment for Suicidal, Depressed, Psychotic and Schizophrenic Patients"
"Aquifers and Wells"
"Understanding Creutzfeld-Jacobs Disease"
"Why Good Drugs Can Kill"
"Ricky Martin's Musical Head"
"Quantum Money: An Application of Quantum Technology"
"The Altropane Test for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder"
"When Milk Does the Body Harm"
"Snoring and Sleep Apnea"
"The Polar Vortex and the Ozone Layer"
"DNA: How Does It Tell Its Forensic Story?"
"Carbon Monoxide: How It Kills"
"Ebola Virus 101"
Anita J. Wagner
"Controlling Zebra Mussells"
National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data
Edition: 2nd ed.