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New and Notable—National Museum of American History Library

Here are some of the newest additions to the National Museum of American History Library.

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Confronting the climate: British airs and the making of environmental medicine. Vladimir Janković.

Palgrave Macmillan, c2010.

Medical climatology — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Weather — Social aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Weather — Environmental aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Weather — Health aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Climatic changes — Health aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Communicable diseases — Environmental aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Epidemics — Environmental aspects — Great Britain — History — 19th century.

Great Britain — Climate — Social aspects — History — 19th century.

QC989.G7 J36 2010


Silicon Earth: introduction to the microelectronics and nanotechnology revolutionJohn D. Cressler.

Cambridge University Press, 2009.

The communications revolution — A matter of scale — Widget deconstruction #1: cell phone — Innumerable biographies: a brief history of the field — Semiconductors: lite! — Widget deconstruction #2: USB flash drive — Bricks and mortar : micro/nanoelectronics fabrication — Transistors: lite! — Microtools and toys: MEMS, NEMS, and BioMEMS — Widget deconstruction #3: GPS — Let there be light: the bright world of photonics — The nanoworld: fact and fiction — The gathering storm: societal transformations and some food for thought.

Microelectronics — Popular works.

Nanotechnology — Popular works.

Telecommunication — Popular works.

Technological innovations — Social aspects — Popular works.

TK7874 .C746 2009

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Sweet and sour: life in Chinese family restaurantsJohn Jung.

Yin and Yang Press, c2010.

Chinese restaurants — United States — History.

Chinese restaurants — Canada — History.

Chinese Americans — Social conditions.

Chinese — Canada — Social conditions.

Restaurateurs — United States — Biography.

Restaurateurs — Canada — Biography.

Family-owned business enterprises — United States — History.

Family-owned business enterprises — Canada — History.

United States — Ethnic relations.

Canada — Ethnic relations.

TX945.4 .J86 2010

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The department of mad scientists: how DARPA is remaking our world, from the internet to artificial limbs. Michael Belfiore.

Harper, c2009.

Publisher description

United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Science and state — United States.

U394.A75 B45 2009


Chris Cottrill


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