A brief history and summary of 'stuff' - a great discussion on mundane materials, such as paper and glass, which makes you think about and value them far more!
A perfect book to dip in and out of, filled with examples of physics principles being applied to real life situations. Look out for second hand copies going cheaply!
Want to get to know how physics at university differs from that at school? This handy guide is definitely quite challenging, but it is all the more rewarding for it and is a book...
Filled with accessible and down-to-earth (sorry) chapters, explanations and diagrams, this book clearly outlines the basic contents of a Earth Sciences degree.
Don't be put off by the title! As well as being a great help for interviews, this book is an excellent resource that unlocks the creative, problem solving side of chemistry, which...
Brian Greene's book is a fantastic introduction to many different areas of physics beyond the school curriculum, including General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and superstring...
This is a classic for students studying Chemistry. It does so much more than simply list reactions for you to memorise and will be useful throughout a Chemistry degree!
An age old conundrum and the story of how it was solved. This book is essentially a biography of the lives of various mathematicians who have worked on Fermat's Last Theorem.
This book isn’t just for Maths and Science. It helps you learn how to learn – helpful whatever degree you might choose to study!
This book uses accessible ideas to pull back the curtain on the theory of relativity.