Do you have an insatiable thirst for knowledge? Are you curious about the world around you, and always on the lookout for something new? In that case, you’re probably keen to get your nose into a good science book. But where to begin?
We read a lot of popular science books here at BBC Science Focus, so you can rely on us for interviews with best-selling authors, features and extracts from leading academics, and our top picks to get you started in our science book reading lists.
And you don’t have to limit yourself to non-fiction, we have plenty of sci-fi books to keep you dimension hopping long into the future.
- Dr Becky Smethurst: How do you actually find a black hole?
- Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin: The exceptional professor who solved the structure of insulin
- To understand our Universe, look to its first moments
- The enduring puzzle of why cats always land on their feet
- The illusion of individualism helped us succeed as a species – but now the scales are tipping
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