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Man vs Maths

Timothy Revell

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Man vs Maths explains the complexities of the mathematics of modern life and shows how understanding a little more maths can improve your life

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Sleepyhead

Henry Nicholls

Format: Hard Cover

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An examination of sleep from the perspective of a narcoleptic.

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To Be a Machine

Mark O'Connell

Format: Paperback

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An exploration of transhumanism: the philosophical and technological movement that is working on an update of the human machine.

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30-Second Einstein

Brian Clegg

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The 50 engaging entries get you to grips with Einsteins work, life and legacy, from atom to atomic bomb, at approximately the speed of light.

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30-Second Great Inventions

David Boyle

Format: Hard Cover

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30-Second Great Inventions looks at fifty groundbreaking innovations - together with the individuals behind the ideas - that really have changed the world.

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30-Second Energy

Brian Clegg

Format: Hard Cover

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50 fundamental concepts explained, from the nuclear fusion reactor at the heart of the sun to the elusive dark energy which forms most of the content of the universe.

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The Dog

Adam Miklosi

Format: Hard Cover

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The Dog: A Natural History is an in-depth look at every aspect of the species, from prehistoric origins to its biology, its behaviour, and its relationship with humankind.

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The Chicken

Joseph Barber

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The Chicken is a comprehensive, science-based exploration of the world of the chicken that examines the behaviour, characteristics and unique abilities of this fantastic fowl.

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Testosterone Rex

Cordelia Fine

Format: Paperback

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WINNER 2017 ROYAL SOCIETY INSIGHT INVESTMENT SCIENCE BOOKS PRIZE: A landmark new book from Cordelia Fine, author of the hugely influential Delusions of Gender.

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Gravitational Waves

Brian Clegg

Format: Paperback

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On 14 September 2015, after 50 years of searching, gravitational waves were detected for the first time and astronomy changed for ever.

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