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But how much do we really know about their origins jacck development? About Jack Challoner Jack Challoner spent many years lecturing visitors at the Science Museum in London, and has written nearly 30 books on science and technology for readers of all ages.
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May 09, Dreion rated it really liked it Shelves: It investigates the invention of simple items we now take for granted–the paper clip, the rivet, the toothbrush, the seat belt–and the development of complex medical and technological advances–antibiotics, jet propulsion, the atomic bomb, and genetically modified organisms. You must chaploner in to edit Common Knowledge data. Science and technology expert Jack Challoner and his team of historians, designers, scientists, and anthropologists take you on a journey of discovery in this javk study of human achievement.