Popular science

Taking Stock

Roger Morgan-Grenville

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $45.00

Since highland cattle ransacked his grandmother's vegetable patch when he was six, Roger Morgan-Grenville has been fascinated by cows.

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The Curious World of Science

Simon Flynn

Format: Hard Cover

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To some, science is simply a means to an end; to others it is an almost spiritual meditation on theories and formulae.

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Brainscapes

Rebecca Schwarzlose

Format: Paperback

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A trailblazing journey through the maps etched into your brain, and how everything depends on them

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The End of Bias

Jessica Nordell

Format: Paperback

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Unintentional bias is one of the great social problems of our time; its effects are corrosive, even lethal. But it can be overcome. Here's how.

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Existential Physics

Sabine Hossenfelder

Format: Hard Cover

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The theoretical physicist and leading science communicator explains how physics can shed light on life's biggest quandaries

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Existential Physics

Sabine Hossenfelder

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The theoretical physicist and leading science communicator explains how physics can shed light on life's biggest quandaries

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Buy Better Consume Less

Sian Conway-Wood

Format: Hard Cover

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How to spot greenwashing, stop consuming and demand a more sustainable future.

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Beyond Measure

James Vincent

Format: Hard Cover

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A revelatory and vibrant story of measurement which will make you look at the world around you anew.

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Beyond Measure

James Vincent

Format: Paperback

NZD $36.99

A revelatory and vibrant story of measurement which will make you look at the world around you anew.

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Magic of Mushrooms (Kew Gardens)

Sandra Lawrence

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $32.99

Featuring images of over 100 species, this book explains the folklore, science and occult of fungi, showing that from saving lives to expanding the mind, the potential of these fascinating organisms should not be underestimated.

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