The BW Science Trilogy


How to Build an Iron Man Suit:
The Iron Man suit is an extraordinary invention, and perhaps the greatest piece of superhero-technology ever! In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Tony Stark wears an assortment of suits to help him overcome villainous threats along with the Avengers. The Iron Man suit is home to a collection of advanced technologies related to flight, healthcare, power, sensors, and control. In How to Build an Iron Man Suit, Barry Fitzgerald introduces you to the key scientific and engineering concepts that you’ll need when you decide to build your very own Iron Man suit. He also describes how you can build an ethically responsible suit, and how your suit could be hugely beneficial for society.

Secret Science of Santa Claus:
In the book you can read about the science behind the incredible technologies that Santa uses to help him deliver presents on Christmas Eve. Santa has developed these technologies with the elf-scientists at his Arctic workshops. You’ll learn the science behind Santa’s flying reindeer, his cutting-edge weather prediction methods and the gadgets that allow Santa fly large distances in the blink of an eye! You’ll also read about the possible future that awaits Santa Claus as his Christmas Eve gift-bringing continues onwards into the 21st century.

Secrets of Superhero Science:
Dr Barry W. Fitzgerald takes you on a captivating journey through the science behind the superpowers of some of your favourite superheroes. You’ll learn about genetically engineering the X-Men, discover why Hawkeye’s eyesight is so advanced, and learn about the science behind producing spider silk just like Spider-Man. Find out about the comic book origins of the superheroes, their amazing films and what future adventures may await them! The implications, advancements and integration of superpowers within modern society are explored as well as the counter-measures necessitated by the impending arrival of superheroes to our world today!


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