By: Dan W Urry
632 pages, 279 illus
This book brings together three decades worth of collaborative research to address the question "What sustains life?" In part a scientific response to Schroedinger's work "What is Life?" Urry's text contains elements of memoir, history, and a solid, informative scientific core that will interest both the general reader, student, and professional researcher.
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