By Maggie Koerth-Baker at 7:49 am Thu, Jun 6, 2013
A similar book, but covering the whole world (albiet perhaps in less detail), is John Graham-Cumming’s The Geek Atlas — famous laboratories and observatories and houses where famous scientists lived and so forth — plus details of tours of them if publicly accessible.
I’m going to save my money!
I’m going to wait until I don’t have to kill a tree for it.
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