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Título Del Libro: The boy who played with fusion: extreme science, extreme parenting, and how to make a star|
El autor del libro: TOM CLYNES
El editor: MARINER BOOKS
ISBN 13: 9780544705029
Idioma del libro: ES
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Extreme Science, Extreme Parenting, and How to Make a Star.
The Boy Who Played with Fusion tells the extraordinary story of science prodigy Taylor Wilson. By the age of nine, Taylor had mastered the science of rocket propulsion. At eleven, his grandmothers cancer diagnosis inspired him to seek new ways to produce medical isotopes. And by fourteen, Wilson had built a 500-million-degree nuclear fusion reactor. How could someone so young achieve so much, and what can Taylors story teach us all about high-achieving kidsand human potential in general?
In The Boy Who Played with Fusion, Tom Clynes recounts Taylors extraordinary journeyfrom unlikely but promising beginnings in an Arkansas town, to a unique Nevada high school designed just for academic superstars, to the present, where Taylor is designing devices to prevent terrorists from importing radioactive material and inspiring a new generation to take on the challenges of science. Through Taylors story, the book explores the challenges facing gifted children and their parents and educators, as well as the burgeoning world of amateur science. It also reveals how our education system shortchanges gifted students, depriving this country of one of its greatest resources, and what we can do to fix it.
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