A clarion call to save humanity's most essential fellow creatures - and our health
The maths we learn in school can seem like an abstract set of rules, laid down by the ancients and not to be questioned. This title shows us, maths touches...
Michael Blastland; David Spiegelhalter
Meet Norm. He's 31, 5'9", just over 13 stone, and works a 39 hour week. He likes a drink, doesn't do enough exercise and occasionally treats himself to a bar...
Brian Clegg; Philip Ball; Leon...
A beautifully illustrated, full-colour guide to one of science's most infamously impenetrable subjects.
Patrick Moore; Chris North
Collects questions sent in by viewers and fans, answered by Sir Patrick Moore and "Sky at Night" co-presenter Dr Chris North. Featuring sections on the solar system, cosmology, the bizarre...
Chris Anderson; David Sally
What if the numbers that really matter, the ones that hold the key to winning matches, are actually 2.66, 53.4, 50/50, and 0 > 1? What if managers only make...
The geeks are coming. Whether we want to improve education or cut crime, to enhance public health or to generate clean energy, we need the experimental methods of science -...
A hugely engaging book about birds, their senses and behaviour that is informed by an attractive blend of personal experience, entertaining stories and cutting-edge science.
An intimate look at the power of intrusive thoughts, how our brains can turn against us and what it means to live with obsessive compulsive disorder
Peter J. Bentley
Everyone uses computers today. But what do you really know about them? Using the voices of pioneers and leading experts, Peter J. Bentley tells the story of computer science; explaining...
Tobin Patrick; Strid Vicki; Cirrito...
What does it mean to be a modern family when dinner table conversations take place over smartphones? What happens to privacy when we readily share our personal lives with friends...
Tom McCarthy; Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Features over 130 leading lights from different fields artists, architects, writers and designers, geographers, mathematicians, computer pioneers, scientists who make sense of exterior and interior worlds through highly personal and...
In this groundbreaking account of an energy revolution in the making, award-winning science writer Richard Martin introduces us to thorium, an alternate source of energy and how it is revolutionizing...
Why using natural selection to design robots is revolutionizing our understanding of life.
An anatomy of failed-state Britain, by the author of A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain.
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