



  Geometric Methods for Quantum Field TheoryBoth mathematics and mathematical physics have many active areas of research where the interplay between geometry and quantum field theory has proved extremely fruitful. Duality, gauge field theory, geometric quantization, SeibergWitten theory, spectral properties and families of Dirac operators, and the geometry of loop groups offer some striking...   Advanced Modern Algebra
This book's organizing principle is the interplay between groups and rings, where “rings” includes the ideas of modules. It contains basic definitions, complete and clear theorems (the first with brief sketches of proofs), and gives attention to the topics of algebraic geometry, computers, homology, and... 

Fields of Faith: Theology and Religious Studies for the Twentyfirst CenturyHow will the study of theology and the religions in higher education be shaped in the coming century? This book offers several different perspectives on this field of study with suggestions for a future in which theology and religious studies are pursued together. There are examples of the interplay of theology and religious studies with reference...   The Great Design: Particles, Fields, and CreationAlthough modern physics surrounds us and its concepts are constantly referred to in every newspaper, even educated nonscientists find the subject intimidating in the extreme. Most attempts to explain physics to general readers are either obscured by masses of mathematics or gross oversimplifications written by laymen. Here at last is a...   The Man Behind the Microchip: Robert Noyce and the Invention of Silicon ValleyHailed as the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford of Silicon Valley, Robert Noyce was a brilliant inventor, a leading entrepreneur, and a daring risk taker who piloted his own jets and skied mountains accessible only by helicopter. Now, in The Man Behind the Microchip, Leslie Berlin captures not only this colorful individual but also the vibrant... 


  Biochemistry of Signal Transduction and Regulation
This book has originated from lectures on regulation and signal transduction that are
offered to students of biochemistry, biology and chemistry at the University of Bayreuth.
The idea to write a book on signal transduction was born during the preparations
of these lectures where I realized that it is extremely difficult to achieve...   Iminosugars: From Synthesis to Therapeutic Applications
The field of iminosugars is a very exciting area of research. These carbohydrate mimetics
were first imagined and synthesized by chemists in the 1960s before being isolated from
Nature a few years later. Since the discovery of their biological activity as potent glycosidase
inhibitors in the 1970s, iminosugars have been the subject... 


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