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The first book on the hunt for evolution's 'missing links' over the last three decades - and what palaeontologists' findings mean for our place on earth.
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How DNA is packed, unpacked and read - a companion reader to the book of life itself.
Professor Michael Gordin
'Michael Gordin's excellent Scientific Babel asks what drives the languages science uses, and how English came to dominate.' - New Scientist
An account of theories of everything in the past, present and future.
Inside the weird and wonderful world of infinity, from endless hotels to bottomless cookie-jars.
Football and mathematics - together, much more than a game
Discover why the odds are better than you'd think in this mathematical tribute to the great coincidences of life
Cath Ennis and Oliver Pugh
A brand new science title in the renowned graphic novel-style of the Introducing Graphic Guide series.
An exploration of the eruption of scientific activity in the Ancient Greek world.
Key insights into how probability affects our lives by one of Britain's leading science writers.