Nature: The Living Record of Science (Engineering Science)

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    Lu Yongxiang; Sir John Maddox; Philip Campbell

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    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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The first volume of Nature: The Living Record of Science included the classic papers published in the Nature magazine from 1869 to 1930. It contains 106 articles, which including physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy and earth science. Since the publication of the Nature in 1869 to 1930, breakthrough advances have emerged in the fields of physics, biology, and other fields: Pasteur studies the pathogenic microbes that lead to the disease of the Bombyx mori; Gray invented the device to transmit notes through the current - telephone. Raymond Dart found a skull in Taung and named the species Australopithecus Africanus; Davidson and Germer found the scattering of electrons; Raman found the anomalous scattering phenomenon - the Raman effect; Dirac predicted the existence of the positron...

The natural magnificant science over hundred years is all in this volume!


Nature: The Living Record of Science (first volume) contains and translates 106 essays published by the international academic journal Nature from 1869 to 1930, which reproduces the scientific development of the 40 years from the end of nineteenth Century to the early twentieth Century, and shows that researchers in the field of physical, chemical, biological, astronomical, astronomical, geosciences and so on have been trudging hard and exploring continuously. This volume is a branch of engineering science.

达尔文、爱因斯坦、沃森、克里克、霍金、麦克斯韦等顶尖科学家都是本套丛书这些经典文献的作者,本套丛书由著名美籍华裔物理学家、诺贝尔物理学奖获得者李政道担任总顾问,全国人大常委会副委员长、时任中科院院长路甬祥担任中方主编,《自然》杂志前任主编约翰•马多克斯爵士(Sir John Maddox)和《自然》杂志现任主编菲利普•坎贝尔(Philip Campbell)担任英方主编。

Darwin, Einstein, Watson, Crick, Hawking, Maxwell, and other top scientists are the authors of this series of books; the famous Chinese American physicists, Nobel physics prize winner Tsung Dao Lee took the chair of the general adviser. While the deputy chairman of the NPC regular Committee, the president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Lu Yongxiang served as the Chinese editor in chief, the former editor of Sir John Maddox and the current editor in chief of Nature magazine Philip Campbell contributed as the British editor in chief.


As the Suez Canal officially opened, this editorial discusses the historic nature of the event. The canal, linking the Mediterranean Sea with the Gulf of Suez in the Red Sea, provided a marine link between Europe and Asia that did not require circumnavigation of Africa. Earlier efforts to build such a route had discovered remnants of ancient canals in the same region. But a British study of the outflow of the Nile showed the great difficulty of maintaining such a canal, as immense quantities of sediment would be constantly deposited near its mouth. Tremendous advances in engineering had finally allowed the construction of a canal able to carry large vessels, but further problems in maintaining it were anticipated.


The ten volume book, Nature: The Living Record of Science is the first collection of Chinese Bilingual edition of Nature, which brings together the significant articles, great discoveries and inventions in all fields of Natural Science (biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, material, basic medicine, earth science, etc.) that published on Natural magazine since the publication of the Nature since 1869. Each article is equipped with a short guide written by the senior editor of Nature magazine. The Chinese translation is checked by scientific researchers and scientists from various fields in China. Through the unique perspective of this set of papers, readers can understand how the frontiers and hot spots of science have changed over the past century, which usually reflects the broader trends in social and political life at that time.

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