Popular Science Books in Warwick School Library

Recommended wider reading for Science. All can be found in Warwick School Library. Ask the Librarians for help.
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Popular science book looking at biotechnology and how humans are playing god in the animal world.

Popular science book looking at biotechnology and how humans are playing god in the animal world.

Biography of Richard Feynman, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1965 and one of the world's greatest theoretical physicists.  He was also an artist, safecracker, practical joker and storyteller.

Biography of Richard Feynman, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1965 and one of the world's greatest theoretical physicists. He was also an artist, safecracker, practical joker and storyteller.

In this fascinating biography, David Bodanis tells the story of one of the greatest scientific discoveries in history.

In this fascinating biography, David Bodanis tells the story of one of the greatest scientific discoveries in history.

Excellent scientific dictionary with extra reference sections covering common formulae, cycles, periodic table, skeleton, etc.

Excellent scientific dictionary with extra reference sections covering common formulae, cycles, periodic table, skeleton, etc.

This series examines the evidence for some of the world's most mysterious phenomena, and looks at how science can be used to explain such mysteries.

This series examines the evidence for some of the world's most mysterious phenomena, and looks at how science can be used to explain such mysteries.

Hilarious scientific studies that make you laugh and then think.  The Ig Nobel Awards are held every year at Harvard University and combine science and humour.

Hilarious scientific studies that make you laugh and then think. The Ig Nobel Awards are held every year at Harvard University and combine science and humour.

Shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize, this book lifts the lid on quack doctors, flaky statistics, scaremongering journalists and evil pharmaceutical corporations.

Shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize, this book lifts the lid on quack doctors, flaky statistics, scaremongering journalists and evil pharmaceutical corporations.

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