A collection of poetry providing insight into the lives and minds of prominent scientists
A book for ‘future corpses of all ages’ as the author – a mortician – answers questions about death asked by children
A doctor’s story about his fight against drug-resistant microbes that threaten the future of medicine
Is an organ grown from stem cells human? And what rights – if any – should a it have? These are questions Philip Ball – who many might know as Chemistry World columnist – explores in his new book.