We’re thrilled to announce the shortlist for this year’s Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize. Six game-changing reads for curious minds that showcase the best popular science writing of the year. Discover the shortlist https://bit.ly/2HgM55Y #scibooks
John Gribbin is nominated for ‘Six Impossible Things’ which
called “a compact and delightful summary of the main contenders for a true interpretation of quantum mechanics.” https://bit.ly/2Zq8PWx
“Arm yourself with this book and press it into the hands of everyone you know.” @CCriadoPerez is nominated for ‘Invisible Women’ which exposes the data bias against women everywhere https://bit.ly/2L4aUCg #SciBooks @PenguinUKBooks @JLASpeakers
‘The Remarkable Life of the Skin’ by @monty_lyman looks at our largest organ and the world of micro-organisms that live on it. “This look at skin is crawling with revelations, from tiny mites to cellulite and skin care" https://bit.ly/2HqH0Hs #SciBooks @PenguinUKBooks
In 2018, 4.2 million people were killed by air pollution. Understand this invisible killer and how we can combat it in ‘Clearing the Air: The Beginning and the End of Air Pollution’ by @TimSmedley https://bit.ly/2Zw81zo @BloomsburyBooks
professor of applied mathematics @Cornell, has made the history of mathematics “Eloquent, erudite and charming” in his work ‘Infinite Powers: The Story of Calculus’ https://bit.ly/33YiuHj #scibooks @AtlanticBooks
Congratulations to all the nominated authors. The winner, chosen by a judging panel that includes Nigel Shadbolt FRS, Shukry James Habib, Dorothy Koomson, Stephen McGann and Gwyneth Williams, will be announced by @ProfBrianCox on September 23 https://bit.ly/2HgM55Y #Scibooks
Who will join previous winners @sjblakemore, Cordelia Fine, @andrea_wulf, @WanderingGaia and @markmiodownik as the 2019 winner of the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize? Discover the shortlist https://bit.ly/2MJdSzs
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