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Scientists' Nightstand


Scientists' Nightstand: Tim Friend

Frank Diller

USA Today senior science writer, author of Animal Talk: Breaking the Codes of Animal Language

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Scientists' Nightstand: Daniel C. Dennett

Frank Diller

Tufts University philosopher, author of Freedom Evolves

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Scientists' Nightstand: Victor McElheny

Frank Diller

Science journalist and visiting scholar at MIT, author of Watson and DNA: Making a Scientific Revolution

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Scientists' Nightstand: Paul Broks

Frank Diller

Plymouth University neuropsychologist, author of Into the Silent Land: Travels in Neuropsychology

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Scientists' Nightstand: Alison Jolly

Frank Diller

Sussex University primatologist, author of Lords and Lemurs: Mad Scientists, Kings with Spears, and the Survival of Diversity in Madagascar

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Scientists' Nightstand: James Trefil

Greg Ross

George Mason University physicist, author of Are We Unique?

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Scientists' Nightstand: Simon Lamb

Greg Ross

Oxford University geologist, author of Devil in the Mountain: The Search for the Origins of the Andes

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Scientists' Nightstand: Richard Fortey

Greg Ross

Paleontologist at the Natural History Museum in London, author of Earth: An Intimate History

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Scientists' Nightstand: Steven Pinker

Greg Ross

Harvard experimental psychologist, author of The Blank Slate

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Scientists' Nightstand: Harry Collins

Greg Ross

Cardiff University sociologist, author of The Golem: What You Should Know about Science

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