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Science new titles

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From new discoveries to in-depth studies of scientific topics - there's much to gain from our range of scientific reads. This list updates when we add new titles to the collection.
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Braiding sweetgrass  by Robin Wall Kimmerer

Braiding sweetgrass

Robin Wall Kimmerer

Book

""A a botanist, Robion Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers. [Here], Kimmerer brings these lenses...

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The social lives of animals  by Ashley Ward

The social lives of animals

Ashley Ward

Book

"Some animal societies hold a mirror up to the human world: elephants hold funerals for departed family members. Pinyon jays run collective creches. Rats will go out of their way to help a cold, wet stranger. Other lifestyles can seem intensely alien....

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The field guide to dumb birds of the whole stupid world  by Matt Kracht

The field guide to dumb birds of the whole stupid world

Matt Kracht

Book

"Following in the footsteps of the bestselling first book THE FIELD GUIDE TO DUMB BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA, the ever-annoyed-by-birds author Matt Kracht brings us THE FIELD GUIDE TO DUMB BIRDS OF THE WHOLE STUPID WORLD. This time he ventures around the...

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The sloth lemur's song  by Alison F. Richard

The sloth lemur's song

Alison F. Richard

Book

"This is a sweeping account of Madagascar past and present, from a land locked in the heart of Gondwana to its emergence as an island, from landscapes populated by dinosaurs to forests filled with the unique array of species alive today, and from a p...

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How to fall slower than gravity  by Paul J. Nahin

How to fall slower than gravity

Paul J. Nahin

Book

"An engaging collection of intriguing problems that shows you how to think like a mathematical physicist. Paul Nahin is a master at explaining odd phenomena through straightforward mathematics. In this collection of twenty-six intriguing problems, he...

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New Zealand dark sky handbook  by J. B. Hearnshaw

New Zealand dark sky handbook

J. B. Hearnshaw

Book

"The New Zealand Dark Sky Handbook is a comprehensive manual for all those who are interested in the fast growing topic of dark skies protection and the abatement of artificial light at night. The NZ Dark Sky Handbook is richly illustrated, with many...

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Space at the speed of light  by Becky Smethurst

Space at the speed of light

Becky Smethurst

Book

"Oxford University astrophysicist and popular YouTube personality Dr. Becky Smethurst presents everything you need to know about the universe in ten accessible and engagingly illustrated lessons. In Space at the Speed of Light: The History of 14 Billion...

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The science of plants

The science of plants

Book

"Discover the extraordinary diversity of the plant world - and how plants work - with this photographic celebration of the trees, flowers, and foliage plants that share our planet. From tiny mosses and delicate ferns to vibrant blooms and stately palms,...

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We are all whalers  by Michael J. (Marine biologist) Moore

We are all whalers

Michael J. (Marine biologist) Moore

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"Marine scientist Michael J. Moore says we are all whalers, but we don't have to be. Eating fish leads to North Atlantic right whales' entanglement and death. Buying goods made around the world requires global shipping routes, which do not accurately...

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Ocean

Ocean

Book

"A fully updated edition of this beautifully illustrated, encyclopedic guide to Earth's oceans. An enhanced edition of DK's exhaustive guide to the underwater world. This authoritative, sumptuously illustrated encyclopedia is now in its third edition...

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Horridus  by Linden Ashcroft

Horridus

Linden Ashcroft

Book

"'Horridus: journey of a triceratops' chronicles the 67-million-year voyage across deep time of one of the most remarkable fossils ever discovered. From Montana to Melbourne, photography and artwork have been gathered together with mediations from a ...

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Triceratops  by Erich Fitzgerald

Triceratops

Erich Fitzgerald

Book

"What was Triceratops and its world really like? Uncover the story of this iconic dinosaur revealed by the latest scientific discoveries. A comprehensive guide to Triceratops from a renowned expert in the field of palaeontology. Brimming with detaile...

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The cosmos explained  by Charles Liu

The cosmos explained

Charles Liu

Book

"The Cosmos Explained is an exciting and beautifully designed book that charts the life of our universe from the Big Bang to the present day and beyond. Starting with the moment of the Big Bang--at exactly one ten-millionth of a trillionth of a trillionth...

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Horizons  by James Poskett

Horizons

James Poskett

Book

"We are told that modern science was invented in Europe, the product of great minds like Nicolaus Copernicus, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein. But this is wrong. The history of science is not, and has never been, a uniquely European ...

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Biochemistry  by John T. Moore

Biochemistry

John T. Moore

Book

"In Biochemistry For Dummies, you'll explore the carbons, proteins, and cellular systems that make up the biochemical processes that create and sustain life of all kinds using easy-to-follow diagrams and real-world examples"--Publisher's description.

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Into the forest  by Susan Tyler Hitchcock

Into the forest

Susan Tyler Hitchcock

Book

"For millennia, trees have offered renewal and inspiration. They have provided for humanity on every level, from spiritual sanctuary to the raw material for our homes, books, and food. In this beautiful and revealing book, National Geographic combine...

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Shells  by S. Peter Dance

Shells

S. Peter Dance

Book

"An extensive guide to over 500 species of seashells, with a detailed entry on each species featuring vivid photography"--Publisher's description.

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The Northern Lights  by Tom Kerss

The Northern Lights

Tom Kerss

Book

"Discover the incomparable beauty of the Northern Lights with this in-depth guide for aspiring astronomers and seasoned night sky observers. Covers the essential equipment needed for observation and photography and full of stunning photographs. Tom K...

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Notes from a summer cottage  by Nina Burton

Notes from a summer cottage

Nina Burton

Book

"'I went for a walk around the garden. A great tit warbled above a patch of coltsfoot. I felt a thousand discoveries awaited.' Notes from a Summer Cottage by Nina Burton is a beautifully written nature memoir about the time spent renovating her late ...

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The Universe  by Paul Murdin

The Universe

Paul Murdin

Book

"The story of our Universe, from its beginning in the first milliseconds of the Big Bang right up to our present moment and beyond, told in a gripping narrative. Everyone knows astronomers use telescopes to peer into distant space. They also use them...

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Bird

Bird

Book

"Bring the diversity and drama of the bird world to life with this encyclopedic new edition. A must-have for every avian enthusiast, this catalogue showcases thousands of bird species pictured in their native environment. Shot by photographers around...

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Astronomical mindfulness  by Christopher Gordon De Pree

Astronomical mindfulness

Christopher Gordon De Pree

Book

"Astronomical Mindfulness helps us reconnect to the solar system once more, guiding us through the fundamental ways in which our planet moves through the solar system and how these motions determine our perception of time and place. Offering a concise...

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Drunk flies and stoned dolphins  by Oné R. Pagán

Drunk flies and stoned dolphins

Oné R. Pagán

Book

"From the cup of coffee that jumpstarts the day to dangerously addictive drugs, the recreational use of plants with psychoactive properties has a long history among humans. But, as with many things, it turns out that other animals got there first. From...

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Origin  by Jennifer Raff

Origin

Jennifer Raff

Book

"20,000 years ago, people crossed a great land bridge from Siberia into Western Alaska and then dispersed southward into what is now called the Americas. Until we venture out to other worlds, this remains the last time our species has populated an entirely...

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How to measure anything

How to measure anything

Book

"Learn about scales of measurement used in everything from meteorology to music notation in this comprehensive and informative reference guide. Measurement is constantly all around us. It forms the foundations of science - the ohms and amps of physics...

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The tree book  by Michael Scott

The tree book

Michael Scott

Book

"Discover trees as you've never seen them before in this illustrated blend of science, culture, and history The secret world of trees is revealed in this beautiful and absorbing guide to the giants of the plant world Trees have been a part of human h...

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The first astronomers  by Duane Hamacher

The first astronomers

Duane Hamacher

Book

"The First Astronomers is the first book to reveal the rich knowledge of the stars and the planets held by First Peoples around the world. Our eyes have been drawn away from the skies to our screens. We no longer look to the stars to forecast the wea...

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Discovering the Universe  by Sten F. Odenwald

Discovering the Universe

Sten F. Odenwald

Book

"Discovering the Universe reveals the secrets behind subjects as varied as the Big Bang, dark matter, the life cycle of stars, and the nature of planets both inside and outside our solar system"--Publisher's description.

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The invisible universe  by Matthew Bothwell

The invisible universe

Matthew Bothwell

Book

"A guide to the 99% of the Universe our eyes can't see from a dazzling new voice in popular science. From the discovery of entirely new kinds of galaxies to a window into cosmic 'prehistory', Bothwell shows us the Universe as we've never seen it before...

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The soaring life of the lark  by John Lewis-Stempel

The soaring life of the lark

John Lewis-Stempel

Book

"Skylarks are the heralds of our countryside. Their music is the quintessential sound of spring. The spirit of English pastoralism, they inspire poets, composers and farmers alike. In the trenches of World War I they were a reminder of the chattering...

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The bird  by Philip Kennedy

The bird

Philip Kennedy

Book

"The Bird is a splendid celebration of ornithological illustration, featuring remarkable images of all kinds of birds, from the smallest wrens to colourful exotics. The Bird explores the fascinating world of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century ornitho...

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Everyday physics  by Jo Hermans

Everyday physics

Jo Hermans

Book

"This is a physics book like you've never seen before: accessible and fun--perfect for anyone, young or old, who has a healthy dose of curiosity"--Publisher's description.

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A (very) short history of life on Earth  by Henry Gee

A (very) short history of life on Earth

Henry Gee

Book

"In the tradition of E.H. Gombrich, Stephen Hawking, and Alan Weisman-an entertaining and uniquely informed narration of Life's life story. In the beginning, Earth was an inhospitably alien place-in constant chemical flux, covered with churning seas,...

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Birds of prey  by Tom Jackson

Birds of prey

Tom Jackson

Book

"Birds of Prey - or raptors - are some of the most captivating bird species in the world. Think of eagles and condors, vultures, hawks and kites, but also owls and ospreys. Think of the peregrine falcon, which, reaching speeds of up to 320km/h (200mph),...

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Can fish count?  by Brian Butterworth

Can fish count?

Brian Butterworth

Book

"Every pet owner thinks their own dog, cat, fish or hamster is a genius. What makes CAN FISH COUNT? so exciting is the way it unveils just how widespread intelligence is in nature. Pioneering psychologist Brian Butterworth describes the extraordinary...

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Eureka!

Eureka!

Book

"Could you surf down an erupting volcano? Why do zebras have stripes? Are you breathing the same air as Leonardo da Vinci? Are there any green mammals? Why do pineapples have spikes? Why do songs get stuck in your head? What happens when black holes ...

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Paleontology  by David Bainbridge

Paleontology

David Bainbridge

Book

"An illustrated look at the art and science of paleontology from its origins to today. Humans have been stumbling upon the petrified remains of ancient animals since prehistoric times, leading to tales of giant dogs, deadly dragons, tree gods, sea se...

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Sounds wild & broken  by David George Haskell

Sounds wild & broken

David George Haskell

Book

"The Earth's sounds are wonderfully diverse, complex and beautiful -- but they are under threat. A lyrical exploration of the diverse sounds of our planet, the creative processes that produced these marvels, and the perils that sonic diversity now faces....

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Algebra I all-in-one  by Mary Jane Sterling

Algebra I all-in-one

Mary Jane Sterling

Book

"Solve for 'X' with this practical and easy guide to everything algebra. A solid understanding of algebra is the key to unlocking other areas of math and science that rely on the concepts and skills that happen in a foundational Algebra class"--Publi...

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Drawn to nature  by Simon Martin

Drawn to nature

Simon Martin

Book

"Since its publication in 1789, Gilbert White's Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne has inspired generations of artists, writers and naturalists. From Thomas Bewick to Eric Ravilious and Clare Leighton, many artists' depictions of animals, birds...

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Astronomy photographer of the year. 2021

Astronomy photographer of the year. 2021

Book

"From the number one Astronomy publisher, a beautiful astrophotography book, showcasing the most spectacular space photography, taken from locations across the globe. Marvel at the wonders of the universe captured by the most talented astrophotographers....

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Bones  by Roy A. Meals

Bones

Roy A. Meals

Book

"Human bone is versatile and entirely unique: it repairs itself without scarring, it's lightweight but responds to stresses, and it's durable enough to survive for millennia. In Bones, orthopedic surgeon Roy A. Meals explores and extols this amazing ...

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The secret lives of the elements  by Kathryn Harkup

The secret lives of the elements

Kathryn Harkup

Book

"At the most fundamental level we are all made up of the same component parts, in different ratios and differently organised, but still the same basic ingredients. Everything we can see, touch, smell and taste can be expressed in terms of 92 naturall...

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Mathematical mindsets  by Jo Boaler

Mathematical mindsets

Jo Boaler

Book

"Jo Boaler, a professor of mathematics at Stanford University, has followed thousands of students through middle and high schools studying their learning of mathematics and the most effective ways to help them become high achievers. In this book, she...

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The stickler's guide to science in the age of misinformation  by R. Philip Bouchard

The stickler's guide to science in the age of misinformation

R. Philip Bouchard

Book

"R. Philip Bouchard takes a closer look at 13 pervasive scientific untruths tackling a range of topics from gravity and radiation to global warming, pandemics and humorously shares the real science behind them. You'll learn why trees do not store car...

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Field study  by Helen Humphreys

Field study

Helen Humphreys

Book

"Award-winning and beloved author Helen Humphreys discovers her local herbarium and realises we need to look for beauty in whatever nature we have left no matter how diminished Award-winning poet and novelist Helen Humphreys returns to her series of ...

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Practical alchemy  by Brian Cotnoir

Practical alchemy

Brian Cotnoir

Book

"A detailed, step-by-step introduction to alchemy that explores its mysteries while illustrating its use as a modern spiritual system of attainment, including an overview of the history of alchemy, from the first meldings of Egyptian technology, through...

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The loneliest polar bear  by Kale Williams

The loneliest polar bear

Kale Williams

Book

"The heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful story of an abandoned polar bear cub named Nora and the humans working tirelessly to save her and her species, whose uncertain future in the accelerating climate crisis is closely tied to our own. Six days after...

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Gemstones  by Robin Hansen

Gemstones

Robin Hansen

Book

"Gemstones have been a source of delight and fascination for many thousands of years, from the icy brilliance of diamond and the soft iridescence of pearl, to tough jade gems once used in weapons and pink topaz that was popular in Victorian jewellery....

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The grand biocentric design  by R. P. (Robert Paul) Lanza

The grand biocentric design

R. P. (Robert Paul) Lanza

Book

"What if life isn't just a part of the universe... what if it determines the very structure of the universe itself? The theory that blew your mind in Biocentrism and Beyond Biocentrism is back, with brand-new research revealing the startling truth about...

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When there were birds  by Roy (Roy A.) Adkins

When there were birds

Roy (Roy A.) Adkins

Book

"Birds are a joy and solace in troubled times, as well as a reminder of past experiences and a symbol of hope for the future. For centuries, they were also seen as a source of food, feathers and even fuel, and being so numerous, many were persecuted as...

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Thirteen ways to smell a tree  by David George Haskell

Thirteen ways to smell a tree

David George Haskell

Book

"Thirteen Ways to Smell a Tree takes you on a journey to connect with trees through the sense most aligned to our emotions and memories. Thirteen essays are included that explore the evocative scents of trees, from the smell of a book just printed as...

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A spotter's guide to countryside mysteries  by John Wright

A spotter's guide to countryside mysteries

John Wright

Book

"The natural world is full of mysteries, whether the masses of twigs that look like abandoned nests, fuzzy red balls on roses, stranded ponds on hilltops, or even the shaded ways we walk along. One of Britain's best-known naturalists, John Wright her...

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Godel, Escher, Bach  by Douglas R. Hofstadter

Godel, Escher, Bach

Douglas R. Hofstadter

Book

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A briefer history of time  by Stephen Hawking

A briefer history of time

Stephen Hawking

Book

"Stephen Hawking's worldwide bestseller, A brief history of time, has been a landmark volume in scientific writing. Its author's engaging voice is one reason, and the compelling subjects he addresses is another: the nature of space and time, the role...

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The future is fungi  by Michael Lim

The future is fungi

Michael Lim

Book

"The kingdom of fungi has survived all five major extinction events. They are the architects of the natural world, integral to all life. They sustain critical ecosystems, recycling nutrients and connecting plants across vast areas, and help to produce...

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A brief history of timekeeping  by Chad Orzel

A brief history of timekeeping

Chad Orzel

Book

"You only need to press the snooze button on your alarm a bit too often to understand the importance of good timekeeping. What you might not know is that the need to tell the time connects you to over five thousand years of human history, from the fi...

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Eight improbable possibilities  by John Gribbin

Eight improbable possibilities

John Gribbin

Book

"Echoing Sherlock Holmes' famous dictum, John Gribbin tells us: 'Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever is left, however improbable, is certainly possible, in the light of present scientific knowledge.' With that in mind, in his sequel to the...

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Edible flowers  by Monica Nelson

Edible flowers

Monica Nelson

Book

"Bring the vibrant beauty of the garden to your table with this illuminating guide to edible flowers. Introducing more than one hundred blooms that you can consume, this book reveals each plant's Latin name, origins, cultural and culinary history, and...

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Why bees do not see red and we sometimes feel blue  by Joanna Zoelzer

Why bees do not see red and we sometimes feel blue

Joanna Zoelzer

Book

"Has pink always been feminine and blue a man's color? Why are we green with envy? Which color is most expensive and who is the Goddess of Turquoise. Looking for answers, the author has come across remarkable and entertaining facts about colors"--Pu...

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Aesop's animals  by Jo Wimpenny

Aesop's animals

Jo Wimpenny

Book

"In Aesop's Animals, zoologist Jo Wimpenny turns a critical eye to the fables and ask whether there is any scientific truth to Aesop's portrayal of his animals. She brings the tales into the twenty-first century, introducing the latest scientific research...

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Habitats of the world  by Iain Campbell

Habitats of the world

Iain Campbell

Book

"The first field guide to all of the world's major land habitats-richly illustrated and packed with essential information to help you get the most out of your outdoor adventures. Accurately identifying and understanding habitats in detail is essential...

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The science delusion  by Rupert Sheldrake

The science delusion

Rupert Sheldrake

Book

"The science delusion is the belief that science already understands the nature of reality. The fundamental questions are answered, leaving only the details to be filled in. In this book, Dr Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world's most innovative scient...

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New scientist essential guide

New scientist essential guide

Book

"How did the universe begin and how is it changing? What is it made of? Do black holes exist? Albert Einstein's space-and-time-warping theories of relativity have revolutionised our view of the cosmos over the past century. Find out how in this tenth...

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The redemption of wolf 302  by Rick McIntyre

The redemption of wolf 302

Rick McIntyre

Book

"From the renowned wolf researcher and author of The Rise of Wolf 8 and The Reign of Wolf 21 comes a stunning account of an unconventional alpha male. A lover, not a fighter. That was wolf 302. A renegade with an eye for the ladies, 302 was anything ...

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Flashes of creation  by Paul Halpern

Flashes of creation

Paul Halpern

Book

"In the past decade, Paul Halpern has brought readers three stunning histories of science -- Einstein's Dice and Schroedinger's Cats, The Quantum Labyrinth, and Synchronicity -- that reveal the twisted, bizarre, and illuminating stories of physics' g...

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Simply maths  by Leo (Writer on physics) Ball

Simply maths

Leo (Writer on physics) Ball

Book

"Understanding maths has never been easier. Combining bold, elegant graphics with easy-to-understand text, Simply Maths is the perfect introduction to the subject for those who are short of time but hungry for knowledge. Covering more than 90 key mat...

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Science goes viral  by Joe Schwarcz

Science goes viral

Joe Schwarcz

Book

"Science has gone viral! In more ways than one. Bestselling popular science author Dr. Joe Schwarcz breaks down the science of essential oils, placenta creams, intermittent fasting, and of course the spread of COVID-19 misinformation in this new coll...

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Statistical analysis with Excel  by Joseph Schmuller

Statistical analysis with Excel

Joseph Schmuller

Book

"Become a stats superstar by using Excel to reveal the powerful secrets of statistics"--Publisher's description.

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A scurry of squirrels  by Polly Pullar

A scurry of squirrels

Polly Pullar

Book

"Polly Pullar has had a passion for red squirrels since childhood. As a wildlife rehabilitator, she knows the squirrel on a profoundly personal level and has hand-reared numerous litters of orphan kits, eventually returning them to the wild. In this book...

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Soil  by James Matthew Evans

Soil

James Matthew Evans

Book

"What we do to the soil, we do to ourselves. Soil is the unlikely story of our most maligned resource as swashbuckling hero. A saga of bombs, ice ages and civilisations falling. Of ancient hunger, modern sicknesses and gastronomic delight. It features...

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Super volcanoes  by Robin George Andrews

Super volcanoes

Robin George Andrews

Book

"An exhilarating, time-traveling journey to the solar system's strangest and most awe-inspiring volcanoes. Volcanoes are capable of acts of pyrotechnical prowess verging on magic: they spout black magma more fluid than water, create shimmering cities...

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Ant architecture  by Walter R. (Walter Reinhart) Tschinkel

Ant architecture

Walter R. (Walter Reinhart) Tschink...

Book

"Many animals, from birds to insects, build structures using wood, soil, or a range other materials. Suprisingly to most people, a similarly diverse array of animal homes exist underground, in the hiddent world beneath our feet. This is particularly true...

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Firmament  by Simon (Scientist) Clark

Firmament

Simon (Scientist) Clark

Book

"A thin, invisible layer of air surrounds the Earth, sustaining all known life on the planet and creating the unique climates and weather patterns that make each part of the world different. In Firmament, atmospheric scientist and science communicator...

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How the world really works  by Vaclav Smil

How the world really works

Vaclav Smil

Book

"We have never had so much information at our fingertips and yet most of us don't know how the world really works. This book explains seven of the most fundamental realities governing our survival and prosperity. From energy and food production, through...

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The green planet  by Simon Barnes

The green planet

Simon Barnes

Book

"Discover the secret heroes breathing life into our world. Plants live secret, unseen lives. But in the plant world, nothing is as it seems. In this book, author and naturalist Simon Barnes shows us how plants are actually just as aggressive, competitive,...

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Fire and ice  by Natalie Starkey

Fire and ice

Natalie Starkey

Book

"Whether they are formed of fire or ice, volcanoes are of huge importance for scientists trying to picture the inner workings of a planet or moon. Volcanoes dredge up materials from the otherwise inaccessible depths and helpfully deliver them to the ...

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The secret of life  by Howard Markel

The secret of life

Howard Markel

Book

"A definitive history of the race to unravel DNA's structure, by one of our most prominent medical historians. Biologist James Watson and physicist Francis Crick's 1953 revelation about the double helix structure of DNA is the foundation of virtually...

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The red planet  by S. J. Morden

The red planet

S. J. Morden

Book

"The history of Mars is drawn not just on its surface, but also down into its broken bedrock and up into its frigid air. Most of all, it stretches back into deep time, where the trackways of the past have been obliterated by later events, and there is...

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The insect crisis  by Oliver Milman

The insect crisis

Oliver Milman

Book

"A devastating exploration of how the collapse in insect populations around the world threatens everything from wild birds to the food on our plate. From the ants scurrying under leaf litter to the bees able to fly higher than Mount Kilimanjaro, insects...

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Otherlands  by Thomas (Paleobiologist) Halliday

Otherlands

Thomas (Paleobiologist) Halliday

Book

"What would it be like to experience the ancient landscapes of the past as we experience the reality of nature today? To actually visit the Jurassic or Cambrian worlds, to wander among their spectacular flora and fauna, to witness their continental shifts?...

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Animal vegetable criminal  by Mary Roach

Animal vegetable criminal

Mary Roach

Book

"Join "America's funniest science writer" (Peter Carlson, Washington Post) Mary Roach on an irresistible investigation into the unpredictable world where wildlife and humans meet. What's to be done about a jaywalking moose? A grizzly bear caught breaking...

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Where did the universe come from? and other cosmic questions  by Chris Ferrie

Where did the universe come from? and other cosmic questions

Chris Ferrie

Book

"Have you ever wanted to travel to the edge of the universe? What about getting sucked up into a black hole? For fans of Astrophysics for People in a Hurry comes an accessible science narrative that invites readers to eavesdrop on a conversation between...

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Becoming a climate scientist  by Kyle Dickman

Becoming a climate scientist

Kyle Dickman

Book

"A hands-on, revealing guide to a career as a climate scientist written by acclaimed Outside magazine writer Kyle Dickman and based on the experiences of a preeminent researcher studying permafrost in the Arctic--essential reading for anyone considering...

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The treeline  by Ben Rawlence

The treeline

Ben Rawlence

Book

"The Arctic treeline is the frontline of climate change, where the trees have been creeping towards the pole for fifty years already. These vast swathes of forests, which encircle the north of the globe in an almost unbroken green ring, comprise the ...

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The complete guide to restoring your soil  by Dale Strickler

The complete guide to restoring your soil

Dale Strickler

Book

"Dale Strickler is an expert on building healthy soil and restoring degraded soil, and in The Complete Guide to Restoring Your Soil, he presents the science of soil, along with proven methods of restoring depleted soil and agricultural practices from...

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