Scientists Fiction : Frankenstein : or, the modern Prometheus : annotated for scientists, engineers, and creators of all kinds / Mary Shelley ; edited by David H. Guston, Ed Finn, and Jason Scott Robert ; managing editors, Joey Eschrich and Mary Drago.; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,
Scientists Great Britain Correspondence : The Banks letters : a calendar of the manuscript correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, preserved in the British Museum, the British Museum (Natural History) and other collections in Great Britain / edited by Warren R. Dawson.; Dawson, Warren R.
Scientists Great Britain Guidebooks : A travel guide to scientific sites of the British Isles : a guide to the people, places and landmarks of science / Charles Tanford, Jacqueline Reynolds.; Tanford, Charles.
Scientists Vocational Guidance : On being a scientist : a guide to responsible conduct in research / Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
Scientists Writings : The Oxford book of modern science writing / [selected by] Richard Dawkins.
Scilla Agostino 1639 1700 Vana Speculazione Disingannata Dal Senso : An examination of Dr. Woodward's account of the deluge, &c. : with a comparison between Steno's philosophy and the doctor's, in the case of marine bodies dug out of the earth / by J.A. ... ; with a letter to the author concerning an abstract of Agostino Scilla's book on the same subject, printed in the philosophical transactions by W.W. ...; Arbuthnot, John,
Scilly Islands England History Sources Early Works To 1800 : A petition from the Island of Silley, being in the vvest part of England. : Wherein some of their grievances and oppressions are laid open and manifested, together with their sincere affection to the prosperity and good of the Kingdome of England. Sent by the last post from the aforesaid Island of Silley, in a letter to some of their countrey men in London, desiring to have it published with a generall consent of the Island of Silley. Wherein is exprest the state of the tyme, and the diurnall occurrences of this present age.
Scilly Isles Of England History Early Works To 1800 : A true and perfect relation of the surrender of the strong and impregnable garrison the island of Scillie, : to Captain Batten Vice-Admirall of the Parliaments navie at sea. VVith the discoverie of a bloody designe of Pendennis, for the blowing up of the castle, and poysoning of foure-score pieces of ordnance. Also a perfect account of the ammunition provision, and other necessaries that were left in the castle, at the surrender thereof. Together wit a list of the names of all the colonels, majors, captaines, lievtenants and other officers that were therein. VVhereunto is annexed an excellent copy of verses, made in Pendennis castle, when it was besieged by sea and land. Certified by two severall letters from Mr. Iohn Hoselock, chyrurgion to the Vice-Admirall Captain Batten in the St. Andrew. And now ptinted [sic] and published by the originall copies, according to order of Parliament.; Haslock, John.
Scilly Isles Of England Sources : A Petition from the Island of Silley, being in the vvest part of England : vvherein some of their grievances and oppressions are laid open and manifested, together with their sincere affection to the prosperity and good of the Kingdome of England : sent by the last post from the aforesaid island of Silley in a letter to some of their countrey men in London, desiring to have it published with a generall consent of the Island of Silley : wherein is exprest the state of the tyme, and the Diurnall occurences of this present age.