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Scientists' Nightstand


Scientists' Nightstand: Mary Jo Nye

Greg Ross

Oregon State University historian, author of Blackett: Physics, War, and Politics in the Twentieth Century

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Scientists' Nightstand: Sean Carroll

Greg Ross

University of Wisconsin biologist, author of Endless Forms Most Beautiful

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Scientists' Nightstand: John Gribbin

Greg Ross

Astrophysicist and prolific science writer, author of In Search of Schrödinger's Cat

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Scientists' Nightstand: William Hirstein

Greg Ross

Elmhurst College cognitive scientist, author of Brain Fiction and On Searle

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Scientists' Nightstand: Keith Devlin

Greg Ross

Stanford mathematician, author of The Math Instinct: Why You're a Mathematical Genius

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Scientists' Nightstand: David Mumford

Greg Ross

Brown University mathematician, author of Indra's Pearls: The Vision of Felix Klein

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Scientists' Nightstand: Madison Smartt Bell

Greg Ross

Award-winning novelist, author of Lavoisier in the Year One: The Birth of a New Science in an Age of Revolution

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Scientists' Nightstand: Lisa Randall

Greg Ross

Harvard physicist, author of Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions

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Scientists' Nightstand: Brian Hayes

Greg Ross

"Computing Science" columnist, author of Infrastructure: A Field Guide to the Industrial Landscape

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Scientists' Nightstand: Dava Sobel

Greg Ross

New York Times science reporter, author of The Planets

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