Books et al.

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Each week Science reviews books, and occasionally work in other media, in all fields of natural and social science, as well as work relevant to the world of science in general. Review copies can be sent to: Valerie Thompson, Book Review Editor, Science, 1200 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20005-3920, USA. E-mail: science_bookrevs{at}aaas.org?subject=[Books et al.]

CURRENT REVIEWS

Banking on nature
Science 4 September 2015; 349 (6252): 1061
Natural Capital. Valuing the Planet, by Dieter Helm (Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 2015)
reviewed by Doris Capistrano
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Cult of the machine
Science 4 September 2015; 349 (6252): 1062
Big Science. Ernest Lawrence and the Invention That Launched the Military-Industrial Complex, by Michael Hiltzik (Simon and Schuster, New York, 2015)
reviewed by Alex Wellerstein
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Biotechnology
Science 4 September 2015; 349 (6252): 1063
Bio Art. Altered Realities, by William Myers (Thames and Hudson, New York, 2015)
reviewed by staff
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SB&F is written for librarians, media specialists, curriculum supervisors, science teachers, and others responsible for recommending or purchasing science materials. It provides critical reviews of the scientific accuracy and presentation of print, audiovisual, and electronic resources intended for use in science, technology, and mathematics education.