Schneider Reto UReto U. Schneider is deputy editor-in-chief of Folio, the monthly magazine of Neue Zürcher Zeitung. Before that he was science editor at Swiss news magazine Facts, and Knight-Science-Journalism-Fellow at MIT in Boston. He is a multiple award-winning science journalist, and the author of several books.

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BOOKS
71966

DAS NEUE BUCH DER VERRÜCKTEN EXPERIMENTE

 

Popular science
C. Bertelsmann (2009)
304 pp


Netherlands: Elmar (2010);
China: SDX Joint Publ. Co. (2015); Japan: Tokyo Kagaku Dozin (2018);

THE NEW BOOK OF WEIRD EXPERIMENTS

What would babies eat if they could choose? Do sperms have a memory? Can humans live on a meat-only diet without suffering deficiency signs? Curiosity has always driven us to the strangest scientific experiments, which didn't halt at fatal self-experiments. In this book, science journalist Reto U. Schneider has collected around 100 of the craziest, funniest and most tragic experiments.

65527

DAS BUCH DER VERRÜCKTEN EXPERIMENTE

 

Popular science
C. Bertelsmann (2004)
304 pp


Netherlands: Elmar;
Sweden: Fahrenheit (Forum);
Korea: Puriwa Ipari Publishing;
UK (world English): Quercus;
China: SDX Joint Publ. Co.;
Japan: Tokyo Kagaku Dozin;
Polen: Prószynski i S-ka;

THE BOOK OF WEIRD EXPERIMENTS

Scientists have designed the strangest experiments in the attempt to understand the world around us. Some scientists have made history, others lost their minds or their health. Reto U. Schneider has researched over 200 of the weirdest experiements – his re-telling is fun and exciting to read.