How Numbers Work is a tour of the mind-blowing but beautiful realm of numbers and the mathematical rules that connect them.
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, Sophie Scott, presents what you need to know about the brain in ten compelling essays for people short on time
The journey of a lifetime exploring the question of whether life is inevitable or a one-off fluke, and how it got kick-started.
To some, science is simply a means to an end; to others it is an almost spiritual meditation on theories and formulae.
A scintillating collection of short essays that really does cover 'life, the Universe, and everything'.
The popular comedian and presenter journeys through science, explaining why it should be for everyone - including enthusiastic amateurs.
A radical work of nature writing and philosophical enquiry, resituating us in our real human skins.
Richard Dawkins explores the wonder of flight. A book about flying - from the mythical Icarus, to the sadly extinct but magnificent bird Argentavis magnificens, to the British Airways pilots of today.