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Chemistry World
November 26, 2012
Simon Cotton
How everything connects From Stars to Stalagmites by Paul Braterman comprises 16 essays on a wide range of scientific themes, designed to bridge the gap between the chemist and the layman. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 23, 2012
Ian Le Guillou
Rivalry in science Morton Meyers examines the issue of assigning credit for scientific advances in his new book, Prize Fight. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 22, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Brains, beliefs and bad ideas Tribal Science by Mike McRae was inspired by a lecture McRae was invited to give on pseudoscience, but expands well beyond that topic. It attempts to examine the interactions between humans -- as emotional, social creatures -- and the cold logic of science. mark for My Articles
November 20, 2012
The 4-Hour Chef A humorous excerpt from Tim Ferriss's new book, "The 4-Hour Chef," and directions for making bacon-infused bourbon and making cheap bourbon taste like it has been aged. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
November 20, 2012
Neil Withers
Embrace your inner ignoramus Being aware of what you are ignorant about and being able to ask the right questions to satisfy that curiosity is, for Stuart Firestein, what science is all about. The title of his new book is Ignorance: How It Drives Science. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 19, 2012
Callum Saunders
Groundbreaking thinking In his book, an Optimist's Tour of the Future, Mark Stevenson tours the globe in search of groundbreaking thinkers and scientists, even bumping into a few free radicals along the way. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 15, 2012
Harriet Gould
Is organic really organic? John Emsley's Islington Green: A Book of Revelation, should serve as an educational gem for the young, inexperienced chemist, as well as a useful tool to aid anyone's debate as to whether organic is best. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 14, 2012
John Emsley
Human development James Wei, author of Great inventions That Changed the World, is an engineer. He has written a remarkable and wide ranging work that spans human development from the stone age to the computer age. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 13, 2012
Simon Cotton
Periodically updated Any reader will glean much from A Guide to the Elements by Albert Stwertka. Some ill-informed critics claim that chemistry is a worked-out discipline: this book reminds readers that chemistry is alive and vital. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 12, 2012
Emma Shiells
Visual elements In "Wonderful Life with the Elements," Japanese artist Bunpei Yorifuji has created a light-hearted, humorous book that's both engaging and educational at the same time. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
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