“Nature Immaginate”, by Massimiano Bucchi e Elena Canadelli



Nature immaginate is a book consecrated to the way in which we imagine the world described by science, from Galileo’s moon drawings to Frankestein’s monster by Mary Shelley. With 250 pictures and color illustrations, Massimiano Bucchi (professor of Sociology of Science and Science Communication at University of Trento) and Elena Canadelli (grant researcher at University of Padova) show us the history of the most famous images.

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