A unique history of humanity told through its seventeen defining equations; from Pythagoras to Calculus.
A unique and fascinating look at the relationship between magic, the brain, and everyday life.
A fascinating mine of information … this is essential reading.
Useful for teachers and parents looking for methods to help their children overcome their difficulties with mathematics
How to calculate almost anything in your head – and how to do maths for people who don't do maths
Reporting from science's new frontlines
A bold exposé of science's mavericks
A pithy exploration of the place of science in the 21st century from one of the world's greatest scientists, now the winner of the Templeton Prize…
Mathematicians and biologists confront nature's enigmas
A book that literally turns the world upside down
This is an illuminating, beautifully written history
Do high-speed, complicated arithmetic in your head using the Trachtenberg Speed System.
A groundbreaking attack on the most influential scientific orthodoxy of the last 150 years.
With this no-holds-barred assault on popular myths and prejudices, a science historian debunks psychobabble and extraordinary, nonsensical claims. 25…
How do I know if he's the one? Is there a seven-year itch? Do chat up lines work and, if so, which ones? There is academic research out there that…
The former head of the Human Genome Project reveals how you can join the personalised medicine revolution
A new trove of entrancing numbers and delightful mathematical nibbles for adventurous minds
A good story for once: introducing the innovators and innovations that will tackle climate change head-on
The new world of chronobiology is popular science at its most exciting: understanding how the seasons regulate the life of every human, plant and anim…
Wallace S. Broecker
We've heard lots about climate change – but what can we do about it? Wallace Broecker, the eminent scientist who coined the term global warming wa…