Category Archives: Books
Her latest book, The Poisoner’s Handbook, appeals to my love of chemistry, toxicology, and the history of science and medicine. And now she’s here at ScienceBlogs!
Get an iPhone or iPod Touch over the holidays? We’re asking Terra Sig readers to suggest to you their favorite apps so that you don’t have to go digging through the thousands of needless games and silly stuff (unless you want needless, silly stuff)
The trade mag declares, “The Making of a Bestseller 2010.” No pressure, eh?
Enhance the intellectual climate of your university and town by hosting a book tour stop for a phenomenal writer of what is certain to become a classic book in the history of medicine, bioethics, and literature of women and culture of the American South.
Admiration for an American hero whose life story of technological triumph and battle with depression and alcoholism shows that mental illness and substance abuse know no social or economic boundaries.
Educate yourself to participate in the debate while you contribute to your local economy, your local culture, and reduce your impact on the environment.
The weekend version of the Wall Street Journal (sorry, sub reqd) included John Gribbins’ list of influential science books that also make for good literature. Gribbin trained originally as an astrophysicist and recently finished writing his 100th book. The list: