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By Baldomir, D.; Hammond, P.
This advanced text examines the close relationship between the physical phenomena of electromagnetism and the geometry of space and time. Differential forms and variational methods play a particular role in this work.
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By Hammond, P.; Carter, Gradon
Using primary sources and personal experience, this volume traces the origins of microbiology at the government establishments at Porton Down. It traces Porton's pioneering work on deadly diseases such as anthrax, through to the Centre's modern role in healthcare.
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By Hammond, P.
Dryden's career is addressed chronologically and thematically. The book takes issue with those who impugned Dryden's integrity, and argues that he was a sincere, if sceptical, writer whose main subjects were the abuse of political power, the difficulties of sexuality and the purs...uit of freedom.Read more
Edited by Seidl, Christian; Contributions by Acham, K.; Beinsen, L.; Hammond, P.; Schachner-Blazizek, P.
Nobel laureate Sir John Hicks has with good reason called the third quarter of the 1 twentieth century the age of Keynes * Sir John nevertheless diagnosed a crisis of Keynesian economics even before this period had expired.
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