4 edition of Science & serendipity found in the catalog.
Science & serendipity
Wendy B. Murphy
|Other titles||Science and serendipity.|
|Statement||by Wendy B. Murphy.|
|LC Classifications||RS68.S96 M87 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||93074286|
As Matt Kingdon argues in The Science of Serendipity, it’s corporate innovators battling within large, established organisations who are the field’s real heroes. Tapping into 20 years of experience on the front lines of innovation—bringing new products and services to market and helping organisations become more creative—Kingdon Pages: Many of the things discovered by accident are important in our everyday lives: Teflon, Velcro, nylon, x-rays, penicillin, safety glass, sugar substitutes, and polyethylene and other plastics. And we owe a debt to accident for some of our deepest scientific knowledge, including Newtons theory of gravitation, the Big Bang theory of Creation, and the discovery of DNA. Even the Rosetta Stone, the Author: Royston M. Roberts.
Many of the things discovered by accident are important in our everyday lives: Teflon, Velcro, nylon, x-rays, penicillin, safety glass, sugar substitutes, and polyethylene and other plastics. And we owe a debt to accident for some of our deepest scientific knowledge, including Newton's theory of gravitation, the Big Bang theory of Creation, and the discovery of DNA. Even the Rosetta Stone, the Cited by: Serendipity is the occurrence of an unplanned fortunate discovery. Serendipity is a common occurrence throughout the history of product invention and scientific discovery. Serendipity is also seen as a potential design principle for online activities that would present a wide array of information and viewpoints, rather than just re-enforcing a user's opinion.
As Matt Kingdon argues in The Science of Serendipity, it’s corporate innovators battling within large, established organisations who are the field’s real heroes. Tapping into 20 years of experience on the front lines of innovation—bringing new products and services to market and helping organisations become more creative—Kingdon Brand: Wiley. An inquisitive mind Surprising or anomalous results sometimes stimulate new discoveries, but it takes a scientific perspective to look beyond an anomaly and see it as something worth following up. Wilhelm Roentgen's discovery of the X-ray started with a serendipitous observation, but explaining it required careful g by himself in the lab, Roentgen was trying to make electrons.
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This book is a really fun read for the science enthusiast. The author, a researcher in organic chemistry, emphasizes the role played by chance in scientific discovery, "serendipity" as he titles the book, and as such he argues for a particular philosophy of by: The science of serendipity “The science of serendipity, how to unlock the promise of innovation” by Matt Kingston, talks about serendipity as the raw material for innovation.
In fact, the books is not about serendipity at all, it is about successful innovation. Serendipity is hard work Matt Kingston argues that happy accidents is hard earned/5(14). The Science of Serendipity book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Innovation. The word might make you think of Silicon Vall /5.
The Serendipity book series by Stephen Cosgrove & Robin James includes books Serendipity, Flutterby, Morgan and Me, and several more. See the complete Serendipity series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Serendipity is a series of children's books about animals and other creatures.
The books were written by Stephen Cosgrove and illustrated by Robin James. The books are short stories with colorful illustrations that have a moral perspective. Serendipity books teach youngsters how to deal with the challenges of their world, providing them with.
Indeed, while reading the book one realizes that one perceives its unique subject matter from the vantage of standing on the shoulders of giants."—Gerald Holton, Harvard University "Merton and Barber's work, The Travels and Adventures of Serendipity, is a highly original sociological essay and a great work of literature at the same time.
Serendipity is a happy and unexpected event that apparently occurs due to chance and often appears when we are searching for something else. Serendipity is a delight when it happens in our daily lives and has been responsible for many innovations and Reviews: In this book, he reveals the secrets behind the hidden force that rules the universe: serendipity.
The book is based on cutting-edge research in the natural and social sciences, as well as hundreds of interviews including with leading CEOs, entrepreneurs, and changemakers from around the world who turned the unexpected into opportunity by.
In a conversational, jargon-free style built on a practitioner’s observations and anecdotes, The Science of Serendipity traces the dilemmas that executives in a wide variety of firms face. It details the steps taken to overcome the issues and get great ideas across the finish line.
this is the business book for you. Matt Kingdon is the Co. The Science of Serendipity In Anthony Hopkins found ‘The Girl From Petrovka’ on a bench just as he was making a film based on the s: The Science of Serendipity Book club The world doesn’t need any more innovation books exhorting us to ‘kick back and get groovy’.They’re often an irritating read, written by the kind of man (it’s always an alpha male) you’d dread sitting next to on a plane.
Serendipity In Science Most scientists accept the notion that serendipity plays a major role in their work. Too many discoveries have been, after all, the result of 'lucky accidents.' In the 16th century, for example, scalding with oil of elder was the preferred treatment for gunshot wounds.
"Science and Serendipity" short video explores the role of happenstance and other factors contributing to accidental discoveries. With: Karin D. Knorr Cetina. Science and Serendipity Caltech graduate student Manuel Razo Mejia wants to predict how evolution occurs in organisms ranging from microbes to humans.
Until recently, evolution has been considered a random process, but Razo Mejia believes we might detect certain patterns by applying the principles of physics and mathematics. Her passion for storytelling and the written word has led her to explore the inner-world of publishing, which she gets to experience while supporting the staff at Serendipity.
What She's Looking For: Savannah is interested in diverse books, literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, Caribbean literature and. Ever since Archimedes shouted “Eureka” in his bath, serendipity, accidental discovery, has played an important part in science.
The ability of computers to process huge volumes of information has raised the role of serendipity from a rare bonus to a standard method of investigation [ Green, ]. The science of serendipity "The science of serendipity, how to unlock the promise of innovation" by Matt Kingston, talks about serendipity as the raw material for innovation.
In fact, the books is not about serendipity at all, it is about successful innovation. Serendipity is hard work Matt Kingston argues that happy accidents is hard earned/5(25). Roberts shares the fascinating stories of lucky strikes that led to Velcro, quinine, photography, rubber, insulin, teflon, and more.
(Includes mention of Big Bang theory and oral contraceptives.) pages, softcover from Wiley & Sons. Serendipity: Accidental Discoveries in Science () by Royston RobertsPages: Abstract.
While initial discussions on accidental information discovery in digital environments focused on concerns about the loss of serendipity as a result of digitalization, most current discussions accept that digital information environments can and, where useful, should create opportunities for serendipity.
As Lori McCay-Peet notes in her essay “Digital Information Environments That. The Serendipity books are a seasoned favorite with children and parents alike. Like the stories of Dickens and others, the Serendipity stories are plot driven by the value resolution of the characters.
Serendipity Book Series. • Serendipity Press founded. • Serendipity Press merged with P/S/S (Price/Stern/Sloan). • 68 titles. A couple of months ago, I blogged about the science of coincidences, pioneered by Dr. Bernard Beitman, a psychiatrist at the University of Virginia medical school, and author of Connecting with Coincidence: the New Science for Using Synchronicity and Serendipity in Your Life.
Included with the book was a test to determine how open readers are to the coincidences in their lives.
Collect all the Serendipity series books. Read them all. Start with this one. They're sure to entertain and teach children some valuable lessons they will the first book of the series, 'Serendipity' is the story about a large pink sea monster who discovers she has important work to do as guardian of the seas.5/5(4).
About the Book "Many of the findings in the book are classics of ecology A rare and delightful insight into timely science."—Jane Lubchenco, Nature "Estes's refreshing narrative deftly weaves rigorous science with personal reflection to create an absorbing and introspective read that is equal parts memoir, ecological textbook, and motivational guidebook for young ecologists."—.