Jen discusses reading Dr Camilla Pang’s prize-winning Explaining Humans through the lens of a science writer and enthusiast, as well as someone awaiting a diagnosis for ASD.
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Jordan Murray reviews ‘Scotland’s Science: Stories of pioneering science, engineering and medicine (1550 – 1900)’ by John Mellis.
Emily May Armstrong examines critically acclaimed book ‘Superior’ by Angela Saini, debunking racist science and the pillars upholding it
Kirstin reviews Hannah Fry’s Hello Worls, a book investigating the intersection of algorithms with society.
In his best-selling popular science book “Everybody Lies”, an ex-Google data scientist reveals how unlikely sources of data – including your internet search history – are allowing a new kind of science to break into the mainstream, and explores its implications for the future.