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Scientists' Nightstand: Vaclav Smil

Greg Ross

University of Manitoba interdisciplinarian, author of Transforming the Twentieth Century

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Scientists' Nightstand: Matthew Cobb

Greg Ross

University of Manchester animal behaviorist, author of Generation

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Scientists' Nightstand: Wallace Arthur

Greg Ross

National University of Ireland zoologist, author of Creatures of Accident

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Scientists' Nightstand: Read Montague

Greg Ross

Baylor College neuroscientist, author of Why Choose This Book?

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Scientists' Nightstand: Tom Siegfried

Greg Ross

Science journalist, author of A Beautiful Math

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Scientists' Nightstand: Ian Stewart

Greg Ross

Warwick University mathematician, author of Why Beauty Is Truth

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Scientists' Nightstand: Desmond Morris

Greg Ross

Zoologist, author of The Naked Woman

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Scientists' Nightstand: Phillip Schewe

Greg Ross

Science writer, author of The Grid: A Journey Through the Heart of Our Electrified World

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