Author Esuabom Dijemeni takes readers on an easy, simple and interesting scientific literary journey through his new book, Human Forearm into 3 Dimensional Dielectric Phantoms project conducted at the University of Bristol to understand and model the differences in the dielectric properties between an osteoporotic bone and a healthy bone. The International Osteoporosis Foundation reveals that at least one in three women and one in five men over the age of 50 will suffer a fracture caused by weak bones. As osteoporosis threatens the health of aging individuals, studies related to the subject have become a continuous endeavor. The research presented in this book by the author was a foundational step to model dielectric properties of the forearm. The global aim of the research was to understand and model the differences in the dielectric properties between an osteoporotic bone and a healthy bone. The research proposed a new computational method of classifying an osteoporotic bone from a healthy bone. Packed with knowledge and in-depth informationlike image segmentation, boundary detection and Dijemeni algorithm, to name a few MRI Scans of the Human Forearm into 3 Dimensional Dielectric Phantoms read. The knowledge acquired is unbelievably fascinating.