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Steven Johnson

Did you drink a glass of water today? Did you turn on a light?

Stephen Hawking

'A beautiful little book by a brilliant mind' Steven Poole, DAILY TELEGRAPH

Adam Spencer

Australia's funniest mathematician returns in 2018 with more rollicking romps through the world o

Peter Wohlleben

In his international bestseller, The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben opened readers' eyes t

Edward Woo

Why is a rainbow curved? Why aren't left-handers extinct?

Peter Wohlleben

Bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees shows how to decipher the weather through nature's

Brian Ford

Ever since Jurassic Park we thought we knew how dinosaurs lived their lives.

Juli Berwald

A former ocean scientist goes in pursuit of the slippery story of jellyfish, rediscovering her pa

Carlo Rovelli

The bestselling author of Seven Brief Lessons on Physics takes us on an exhilarating journey to d

Andrea Buchanan

A real-life neurological mystery—and a captivating story of reinvention—by the author of The Dari

Steven Pinker

An epic assessment of the current human condition, from one of the world's greatest contemporary

Jeff Goodell

An eye-opening and essential tour of the vanishing world.

Adam Spencer

Following on from his Big Book of Numbers (2014), World of Numbers (2015), and Time Machine (2016

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

Learn about Dr Karl, the universe and everything, and discover how air-conditioning is sexist, ho

Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince

The Infinite Monkey Cage, the legendary BBC Radio 4 programme, brings you this irreverent celebra

New Scientist

What is it that makes us human?

Richard Dawkins

A new anthology of essays and previously published and unpublished work by the brilliant evolutio

Clive Hamilton

Humans have become so powerful that we are disrupting the functioning of the earth, to the point

David George Haskell

David Haskell’s The Forest Unseen won acclaim for eloquent writing and deep engagement with the n

Lawrence Krauss

In the beginning there was light
but more than this, there was gravity.


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