Scientists of Wales / Gwyddonwyr Cymru
Scientists of Wales provides scholarly yet accessibly written books on Welsh scientists, both historic and living, who have made a major and significant contribution to scientific developments and innovation. Historically, there has been a tendency to confine the perception of Welsh culture to that encompassed by its writers, its poets, its musicians and its theologians; this series redresses that perception and demonstrates the very significant contribution of its scientists on a global scale. Titles are biographical, written by authorities on their subjects in a way that is lively and accessible, looking at the people behind the science. The scientific content is explained clearly in a way that is within the reach of readers with little or no knowledge of science.
Series Editors: Professor Gareth Ffowc Roberts, Bangor University; Professor John V. Tucker, Swansea University; Professor Iwan Rhys Morus, Aberystwyth University.
Would you like to write for this series? We’d love to hear from you. Please contact Chris Richards, Commissioning and Editorial Assistant at UWP for a Proposal Questionnaire: firstname.lastname@example.org