In his new book Improbable Destinies, Jonathan Losos explores whether evolution is predictable and why adaptations converge - he talks to us about the fate of the dinosaurs, alien life and whether humans are really the peak of evolution.
Richard Barnett thrilled us with his beautifully gruesome books about the history of surgery and illness, but his new book about the the fine and foul of dentistry will make you thankful for the dentist's drill.
In his new book and radio series Neuropolis, comedian Rob Newman offers his own unique take on the science of the brain. We caught up with him to find out why he decided to tackle this most complex of subjects…
In this extract from the Wellcome Book Prize-shortlisted How To Survive A Plague, David France explores the ground-breaking collaboration between activists and researchers to contain the AIDS epidemic.
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