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Richard Wiseman

We think of sleep as a waste of time. A time when we are literally doing nothing.

Anil Seth

The 50 most mindblowing ideas in neuroscience, each explained in half a minute.

Francois Fressin

The 50 most cosmic concepts, each explained in half a minute.

Jane McCredie [ed.], Natasha Mitchell [ed.]

Could the dodo make a comeback? What does science tell us about the sex in Fifty Shades of Grey?

Clive Thompson

In this groundbreaking book, Wired writer Clive Thompson argues that the internet is boosting our

New Scientist

Zero, zip, nada, zilch.

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

There are Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns. And then there is Dr Karl.

Daniel Goleman

Bestselling author Daniel Goleman returns with a groundbreaking look at the secret to high perfor

Mark Roeder

Why The Geeks Will Inherit The Earth

Jim Holt

An irreverent sleuth tackles the riddle of existence that has puzzled man since the dawn of time.

Michael Blastland, David Spiegelhalter

A far from average book: the real story behind the statistics on risk, chance and choice.

Philip Hoare

A startling new book, his most personal to date, from Philip Hoare, winner of the 2009 Samuel Joh

Steve Massey, Steve Quirk

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Will Storr

Will Storr was in the tropical north of Australia, excavating fossils with a celebrity creationis

Neil Turok

World-renowned physicist Neil Turok delivers this year's Massey Lectures - a visionary look at th

Elizabeth Finkel (ed.)

How were Ned Kelly’s bones finally identified?

Lawrence M. Krauss

With afterword by Richard Dawkins

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

Welcome to the wonderful world of Doctor Karl: where oddities are embraced, facts reign supreme,

Brian Cox

In this beautiful and definitive new book, Professor Brian Cox takes us on an incredible journey

Oliver Sacks

Hallucinations, for most people, imply madness.

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