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Scientists' Nightstand


Scientists' Nightstand: Donald Johanson

Greg Ross

The noted paleoanthropologist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Derek Bickerton

Greg Ross

The University of Hawaii linguist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Keith Thomson

Greg Ross

The Oxford biologist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Lorraine Daston

Anna Lena Phillips

Historian of science, coauthor with Peter Galison of Objectivity

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Scientists' Nightstand: Emily Monosson

Anna Lena Phillips

Environmental toxicologist, author of Motherhood, the Elephant in the Laboratory: Women Scientists Speak Out

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Scientists' Nightstand: Chris Sangwin

Anna Lena Phillips

Mathematician, coauthor of How Round Is Your Circle? Where Engineering and Mathematics Meet

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Scientists' Nightstand: Steve Jenkins

Anna Lena Phillips

Writer and illustrator of children's books including Living Color

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Scientists' Nightstand: Chris Impey

Greg Ross

University of Arizona astronomer, author of The Living Cosmos: Our Search for Life in the Universe

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Scientists' Nightstand: Frank Wilczek

Greg Ross

MIT physicist, author of Fantastic Realities

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