Listening To Nature: My Century in Science is a Centenarians Autobiography
Illustrated with photographs of great historic interest, this is the autobiography of Ray H. Crist, written with his son Robert, which presents the personal experience and graphic career of a leading scientist who was born on a farm and went on to become a professor of chemistry at Columbia University, a researcher and director of the Manhattan Project, an industrial research executive, and a volunteer professor in the fields of history of science and environmental studies. Working up to the age of 104, Professor Crist engaged in research, produced numerous publications, and received national recognition for his sustained efforts in science, his facing of the challenges of ageing, and his unceasing devotion to ideas.
Listening to Nature: My Century in Science provides insight to Living, Working, and Exploring at 104.
- Publisher : Seaburn (December 1, 2004)
- Hardcover : 144 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1592320805
- ISBN-13 : 978-1592320806