Books by Marcia Bartusiak

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Released: April 28, 2015

"Superior science writing that eschews the usual fulsome biographies of eccentric geniuses, droll anecdotes and breathless prognostication to deliver a persistently fascinating portrait of an odd but routine feature of the cosmos."
Black holes enthrall physicists and astronomers, as well as Hollywood filmmakers, and readers of this fine popular science account will understand why. Read full book review >
THE DAY WE FOUND THE UNIVERSE by Marcia Bartusiak
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Released: April 7, 2009

"A dynamic journey through an important period in the history of astronomy."
Bartusiak (Science Writing/MIT; Archives of the Universe, 2004, etc.) chronicles one of the greatest astronomical discoveries of the modern age, paying close attention to all the scientists who made it possible. Read full book review >
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Released: April 15, 1994

"Chapters on earthquake prediction, protein folding, DNA duplication, the search for the top quark, and the nature of the sun's deepest interior provide intriguing clues, if not the last roundup, on frontier science."
Capitalizing on an annual forum to showcase young investigators, the prestigious National Academy of Sciences is publishing science-writer versions of ``frontier'' research in 10 fields ranging from particle physics to AIDS. Read full book review >