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!
Despite it being non-fiction, this book is truly gripping in its account of both the history of viruses and their terrifying future.
A brilliant, eye-opening book that reveals how psychology is used by marketing companies as well as others in a way that affects our daily lives.
Matt Ridley writes an entertaining, accessible and informative summary on the vast subject of genetics - worth a read!
For an entertaining, but also detailed and relevant (to both a degree in psychology and life in general) book on psychology, 'Bad Science' is a great way to introduce yourself to...
Johnathan Kaplan provides a fascinating autobiographical account of his life as a doctor on the frontline, both in war zones and the high end of US and UK medical care.
This book isn’t just for Maths and Science. It helps you learn how to learn – helpful whatever degree you might choose to study!
An enlightening book written by Temple Grandin, a woman with Autism who is fantastic at putting into words how autistic people's brains work differently.
Our understanding of human genetics has come on leaps an bounds since the Human Genome Project sequenced human DNA. Epigenetics is an area not commonly covered by the A Level...
This book tells a biological story of Mitochondria, a crucial part of our cells, and explores aspects of human evolution. As well as a catchy title this read has a lot of detailed...