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Inside The Body: Fantastic Images From Beneath The Skin - Review Huge, entertaining, informative, startling, rich, exciting and a true source of genuine awe. (Dan Hays Salem Statesman-Journal 2004-12-12)A sophisticated and stunning mixture of art and science. (Carole Goldberg Hartford Courant 2004-12-05)250 stunning close-ups exploring the physical world within us... I was frequently stopped in my tracks by the sense of drama. (Joy McDonell Canadian Camera)Chosen as one of the 'Best Books for Junior High and Young Adult 2005' by Science Books and Films. (Science Books and Films)Striking images reveal the complexity and beauty of the human body. (Science News 2007-10-20)Anyone, old or young, fascinated with the inner workings of the body will be delighted by these strangely compelling images. (Publishers Weekly Annex 2004-11-08)Microscopic views taken by various imaging technology that capture the beauty of the inner workings of the human body. (The Medical Post 2004-10-19)Incredible. (William R. Wineke Wisconsin State Journal 2004-10-24)Amazing microscopic images. (Stuff Magazine)Stunning, magnified views of human cells and tissue... beautiful color micrographs... accompanied by concise, fact-filled descriptions. (Sara Rutter Library Journal 2005-01-01)The photos are spellbinding. The intricacies of the human body are rendered so beautifully that the book gives new meaning to the words 'flesh and blood.' (Louisville Courier-Journal 2004-11-18)Wonderfully entertaining... brilliantly detailed, full-color images... an interesting and beautiful book. (Nikki L. Rogers Science Books and Films)The pictures are breathtaking for the beauty and wonderousness of all that they reveal going on at various levels of our physical life... miraculous universe that is the human body. (Olga Stein Books in Canada) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more About the Author Susan Greenfield became the first female director of The Royal Institution of Great Britain in 1998. For over 200 years, the Royal Institution has been 'diffusing science for the common purposes of life'. In January 2000 Susan Greenfield was awarded the CBE for her services to the public understanding of science. She has a DPhil from the University Department of Pharmacology and she has held fellowships in the Department of Physiology, Oxford, the College of France, Paris, and NYU Medical Centre, New York. Read more


Inside the Body: Fantastic Images from Beneath the Skin