New Scientist The Collection - The Human Brain 2015
English | 132 pages | True PDF | 19.00 Mb
Discovery Channel Magazine India - April 2015
English | 108 Pages | True PDF | 35.4 Mb
Discovery Channel Magazine India, published by the India Today Group, is a monthly magazine boasting premium content based on original and in-depth left-field research. Featuring world-class photography and infographics, the stories are presented with a good dose of humour, insight and attitude, making the eclectic range of topics, from history and mathematics to forensics and gaming, immediately accessible to readers. Plus, there’s behind-the-scenes access to some of the most popular shows on Discovery.
English | 76 pages | True PDF | 16.00 Mb
Discover - the excitingly different magazine that makes science accessible and entertaining. Discover Magazine will amaze you, enlighten you, and open your eyes to the awe and wonder of science and technology. Discover reveals secrets, solves mysteries, and debunks old myths. Discover shares new findings and shows you what makes our universe tick.
BBC Focus UK - May 2015
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 27.00 Mb
BBC Focus magazine is a science technology magazine with a trained eye on the future. Includes scientific breakthroughs and gadgets that could shape the future of the human race, on earth or in space.
Legion - March - April 2015
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 32.5 MB
Everything you need to know about disability awards, pensions and benefits that are available to Canada’s military veterans. Our second annual Veterans Benefits Guide includes the latest on benefits for military and RCMP members, educational and vocational programs, tips for filling in forms, the latest rates for 2015, and the results of our readership survey on the quality of services from Veterans Affairs Canada. If you or a veteran you know may qualify for benefits, this guide is a must-read.
Canada’s dangerous dance with NATO
Staff Writer Adam Day is embedded aboard the HMCS Toronto for Operation Reassurance, Canada’s contribution to a multinational naval patrol on the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea, where the frigate met Russian fighter jets head-on in one of the tensest confrontations since the Cold War’s end. Article 5, a little-known NATO clause, enrages Russia and binds Canadians to a life-or-death defence of countries such as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. What’s at stake here? Maybe not much. But it also may be the start of a cycle of conflict and war the outcome of which no one can predict.
Assault on Italy, the forgotten front
Canadians fought continuously on Sicily and the Italian mainland from July 1943 to February 1945, losing more than 5,000 men. Why then is the Italian Campaign so overlooked today? Noted historian J.L. Granatstein takes us from the Sicilian coast to the Gothic Line on the Adriatic coast, following the brutal battles, and victories, of I Canadian Corps. As one war correspondant put it, “If it wasn’t hell, it was the courtyard of hell. It was a maelstrom of noise and hot spitting steel.”
New Scientist - 28 March 2015
English | 68 pages | True PDF | 11.00 Mb
New Scientist is a weekly international science magazine and website covering recent developments in science and technology for a general English-speaking audience. New Scientist has maintained a website since 1996, publishing daily news. As well as covering current events and news from the scientific community, the magazine often features speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical.