Brian Cox; Jeff Forshaw
The perfect guide for the non-scientist to why the discovery of the Higgs boson is one of the most exciting scientific leaps ever.
Shows how the new power paradigm operates, how it is conceived and controlled, and why it is leading to a collapse in living standards. Arguing that the 'information economy' ruins...
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...
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Mathematical ideas underpin just about everything in our lives: from geometry of the 50p piece to how probability can help you win in any casino. In search of weird and...
Richard Parsons; Richard Parsons
If you're an A2-Level Biology student taking the Edexcel course, Units 4 and 5, this Revision Guide could be your new favourite book. Fully updated for the changes from 2009...
Reveals how we can all develop better foresight in an uncertain world. From the stock market to the poker table, from earthquakes to the economy, the author takes us on...
This work is about inequalities which play an important role in mathematical Olympiads. It contains 175 solved problems in the form of exercises and, in addition,...
Adrian Levy; Cathy Scott-Clark
The Kashmir Kidnapping that changed the face of modern terrorism.
Bill Bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller, but even when he stays safely in his own study at home, he can't contain his curiosity about the world around him...
John R. Gribbin
Galileo, tried by the Inquisition for his ideas, to Newton, who wrote his rivals out of the history books. This book tells the story of the men and women who...
Tony Clarke; Chris Orgill; Tony Disley
This is the first comprehensive field guide dealing exclusively with the birds of this spectacular region. It covers over 450 of the resident, migrant and vagrant species found in the...
Is the Internet making us stupid? In this new book, as incendiary as it is important, Nicholas Carr argues that the Internet is changing dramatically how we think, remember and...
Jancis Robinson; Julia Harding; Jose...
Where do wine grapes come from and how are they related to each other? What is the historical background of each grape variety? Where are they grown? Using the DNA...
Jan Zalasiewicz; Mark Williams
In the struggle to cope with climate change, what lessons can be learnt from Earth's long history? Two leading geologists explain the important insights science is now able to give...
Ernest Henry Shackleton
This is Ernest Shackleton's gripping account of the doomed Endurance voyage. Setting out on the eve of World War I, he wanted to be the first to cross the last...
Claire's book is mainly a compilation of her original Maths tutoring notes, having been highly praised by students and parents alike. The book uses quirky rhymes and...