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Scientists' Nightstand


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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Scientists' Nightstand: Donal O'Shea

Greg Ross

Mount Holyoke College mathematician, author of The Poincare Conjecture

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Scientists' Nightstand: Michael Novacek

Greg Ross

Museum curator, author of Terra: Our 100-Million-Year-Old Ecosystems and the Threats That Now Put It at Risk

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Scientists' Nightstand: Deborah Blum

Frank Diller

Science journalist, author of Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection

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Scientists' Nightstand: Antonio Damasio

Frank Diller

University of Iowa neurologist, author of Descartes' Error

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Scientists' Nightstand: James Gleick

Frank Diller

New York Times science journalist, author of Chaos: Making a New Science

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Scientists' Nightstand: Peter Galison

Frank Diller

Harvard historian of science, author of Einstein's Clocks, Poincaré's Maps

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Total Records : 72


 

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