Spring Books

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  • Gregor Macdonald applauds a biography of prescient geologist and energy theorist Marion King Hubbert.

    • Gregor Macdonald
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  • Highlights of this season's releases

    • Emily Banham
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  • Lori Andrews assesses Henry Greely's treatise on how technology will oust reproductive intimacy.

    • Lori Andrews
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  • Alan Thorpe enjoys a hymn to some of the founders of the science and institutions of weather forecasting.

    • Alan Thorpe
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  • Stuart Pimm enjoys a fellow naturalist's first visit to sub-Saharan Africa, and the global lessons drawn from it.

    • Stuart Pimm
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  • Maryn McKenna finds much to digest in a warning about the demise of our bodily bacteria.

    • Maryn McKenna
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  • Chris Nelder relishes a lively history of fracking that delves into the complexities.

    • Chris Nelder
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  • Highlights of this season's releases

    • Emily Banham
    Spring Books
  • Nathaniel Comfort applauds a nuanced history of genetic engineering's early years.

    • Nathaniel Comfort
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  • Giovanna Mallucci assesses the autobiography of Stanley Prusiner, the discoverer of prions.

    • Giovanna Mallucci
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  • Highlights of this season's releases.

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  • Michael Pollan's latest book will be eaten up by the conscious consumers he created, says Nathan Myhrvold.

    • Nathan Myhrvold
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  • Pedro Ferreira ponders a vision of the Universe in which time is paramount.

    • Pedro Ferreira
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