This special edition of BBC History Magazine brings you the story of the First World War, examining the battles and personalities that changed the shape of the world. Plus, our expert writers discuss what it was like to live and fight through these years.
Inside we examine why the war began, life in the trenches, Gallipoli, the Somme, the American impact, the crucial final year, the Armistice and so much more.
BBC Wildlife Magazine is a celebration of the natural world, featuring all the latest discoveries, news and views on wildlife, conservation and environmental issues. With strong broadcasting links, authoritative journalism and award-winning photography, BBC Wildlife Magazine is essential reading for anyone with a passion for wildlife who wants to understand, experience and enjoy nature more.
Audubon is the official magazine of the National Audubon Society. Audubon magazine covers news of the natural world. We help our readers appreciate, understand, and protect the environment with a particular focus on birds, other wildlife and their habitats
Topos is a must-have for successful landscape architects, planners, urban designers and architects all over the world.The monothematic issues provide a global overview of innovative projects, new developments and trends in the profession. Be part of the worldwide community of Topos readers!
Sky at Night Magazine brings you The Apollo Story – your complete guide to the greatest journey in human history. The story begins with the disastrous fire that killed the crew of Apollo 1, continues through Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon, and ends as the cost of space exploration halted the programme at Apollo 17. Packed with all the facts, figures and stories from each and every Apollo mission, as well as rare photographs, this special edition tells the full story of this giant leap.
Australian Geographic, Australia’s premier geographic journal, brings you the best of the country from those who know it best. Discover Australia’s rich cultural heritage, its beautiful landscapes, its unique and diverse plants and wildlife, and explore outback towns and the true-blue characters who call them home.
The How It Works Book Of The Elements covers all known elements on the planet in the order in which they appear in the periodic table. From lanthanoids to actinoids, alkali metals to transition metals, halogens to noble gases – you can find all you need to know about the universe’s building blocks right here. Featuring:
An introduction to the elements - Electrons. atoms, compounds and much more explained
Elements – a history - Key discoveries and people from the past 400 years
All elements covered - All 118 discovered elements appear.
Element information - Atomic numbers, oxidation states, electron configurations and more for each element.
Master the fine art of monochrome using Photoshop CS, CC, Elements and Lightroom. From landscapes to city scenes, portraits to fine-art nudes, still lifes to urban imagery, this 222-page book has everything you need to learn how to shoot and edit black-and-white images.
Australian Sky & Telescope is a world-class magazine about the science and hobby of astronomy. Combining the formidable worldwide resources of its venerable parent magazine with the talents of the best science writers and photographers in Australia, Australian Sky & Telescope is a magazine produced specifically for the Southern Hemisphere’s astronomers.
In this third volume of the How It Works Book of Amazing Technology, discover the secrets behind spy gadgets and the latest developments in artificial intelligence, as well as the science behind how tidal power can give power our cities, how mobile phones connect to a network, and how to safely blow up a building.
Gadgets and Future Tech
- Explore the most advanced gadgets and technology that will make sci-fi and James Bond movies a reality - and sooner than you'd think!
- Discover what goes on behind the technology that we use in our everyday lives, and the technology being developed to make our lives easier.
- Find out what role did technology has in building the amazing structures the define our cities and industries, and how we keep it all running.
- Learn all about the medical appliances that have brought the world of medicine and healthcare this far, and see how technology can tune into our biological functions.
Explore the wonders of the Solar System through magnificent photographs captured by space probes and the world’s most powerful telescopes. From the Sun right out to the Kuiper Belt, the planets, moons and asteroids that surround us have never looked so striking.
This special edition from the makers of BBC Sky at Night Magazine is the ultimate guide for seasoned astronomers and curious novices, taking you on a high-definition journey like no other.
From the biggest and highest to the strongest and hottest, the extremes of life as we know it are revealed by The Big Book Of Top 10s.
This 116-page special edition from the makers of BBC Focus Magazine explores science, technology, space, the animal world, evolution and history to explain how our planet works.
Discover the sci-fi predictions that came true, which animals are the deadliest, the biggest scientific blunders, which inventors were killed by their own creations and so much more!
A fascinating account of the underwater animal kingdom. From the ferocious great white to the stealthy killer whale, dive into more than 160 pages of fascinating content, paired with stunning imagery and amazing illustrations. Featuring:
Attack of the great white shark - Uncover the epic hunting tactics of one of the ocean's most-feared hunters and discover the truth behind a beast we've come to fear
Songs of the humpback - The secrets of this ocean giant's songs are revealed in an unmissable, heartwarming tale of family, love and migration
Mysteries of the deep - Meet the animals you never even knew existed, lurking at the pit of the ocean, armed with unbelievable defence mechanisms and survival skills
Bottlenose dolphins - Discover how these underwater favourites use their brilliant brain power to hunt, thrive and survive in the wild
Since 1976 GEO stands for high-quality journalism: Excellent and in depth investigated reportages are combined with oustanding, Award-winning photography in order to provide an unforgettable reading experience. GEO reports comprehensively, vividly and emotionally on the great aims, revolutions and passions on Planet Earth.
A Scientific American Brasil tem seu conteudo inteiramente adaptado aos interesses dos leitores brasileiros. Seus artigos, editados em linguagem simples e atraente, contribuem para disseminar o conhecimento cientifico e a compreensão dos fenomenos da vida e do universo
In 1968, the Apollo 8 astronauts became the first humans to see the Earth as a whole. Ever since, spacecraft and satellites have been delivering new perspectives on our planet.
Today, Earth is constantly observed, and this special edition of BBC Focus Magazine – Earth From Space – presents the most beautiful, poignant and revealing images of your home as you’ve never seen it before.
Which animal has the biggest mouth? Can alligators use tools? Why would a toad have a moustache? Could a mouse beat a scorpion in a fight? How do great white sharks find love? And are sheep really as stupid as everyone thinks?
Find out the answers to all these questions, and many more, in New Scientist ’s Anti-Zoo, based on the hugely popular Zoologger column. Prepare to meet 50 of the strangest, scariest and most unexpected animals known to science. From the world’s nicest bird (which has a really, really dark side) to the fly that headbutts its way through solid rock, these are the mavericks and misfits of the animal kingdom.