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Graham Farmelo's ground-breaking exploration of the relationship between physics and maths reveals the discoveries that have enriched our understanding of the universe.
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Britain's foremost astrobiologist offers an accessible and game-changing account of why life is like it is.
An exploration of the psychological effects - the pleasures, benefits and disbenefits - of computer games.
The amazing inside story of Apollo 11 - The Right Stuff for a new generation.
Darwin Holmstrom and photography by David Newhardt
Format: Hard Cover
The illustrated story of the GTO-and the birth of American muscle-those who designed it, marketed it, drove, and loved it.
Neuroscientist Dean Burnett, author of the acclaimed The Idiot Brain, investigates the Science of Happiness. Or whether such a thing even exists.
The landmark book on air pollution: a major threat to the health and longevity of each and every one of us.
A magisterial history of calculus (and the people behind it) from one of the world's foremost popularisers of mathematics, the author of The Joy of X.
A revolutionary new book revealing why we should doubt experts - and question ourselves.
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