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Explore the science of biomimicry: full of fascinating natural facts, ingenious ideas and a glimpse into the future of human innovation.
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The science of swearing: from neuroscience to swearing apes, why we swear, what it does to us and why it's important.
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A rediscovery of Darwin the botanist and his theories on insectivorous and climbing plants.
CERN and the Higgs boson hit the headlines and made particle physics exciting for non-scientists - here's the inside story.
A passionate snow enthusiast, takes the reader on a quest across centuries and continents in search of the meaning of snow.
Are we alone in the Universe, or are there as many planets supporting life as there are stars in the sky?
A startling tale of a neuroscientific discovery that revolutionises our thinking about life and death - and gives patients and their families the answers they crave.
Vivid accounts of the lives of 25 of the world's greatest mathematicians with clear descriptions of their far-reaching discoveries.
A survival guide for our post-truth world using the timeless methods of logic, from a Royal Society Prize shortlisted mathematician.
Britain's foremost astrobiologist offers an accessible and game-changing account of why life is like it is