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by | Read by Margaret Geller, John Huchra, et al.

Contemporary Culture • .5 hr. • Audio Program • © 1995

These thoughtful programs demonstrate that scientific ideas can be transmitted as easily as the common cold. DEADLY EVOLUTION describes how the virulence of a virus is related to environmental and social conditions. Smithsonian biologists Alan Herre and Paul Ewald use interviews to provide the “audio vérité” of a radio report. In MAP OF THE UNIVERSE listen to astronomers as they explore the outer boundaries of the universe. We learn their mission and share their wonder. The adventure and excitement of science are conveyed through the richness of this sonic landscape. The Soundprints Science at the Smithsonian series succeeds in its goal to delight and instruct. J.W. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG 96]



Trade Ed. • Publishing Mills • 1995

CS ISBN $10.95 • One cassettes

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