The Nova Reader: Science at the Turn of the Millenium, edited by Sandra Hackman, hardcover (very good condition)
Celebrates 25 years of the award-winning and hugely popular public television science program Nova with essays on recent discoveries and possible future directions in five areas of scientific research. Explores progress in areas such as the origin of life, the brain-mind connection, artificial intelligence, weather prediction, and space flight. A substantial appendix lists awards won by the series and personnel involved, and lists and briefly describes every episode of the series. Includes b&w photos.