The Best American Science Writing 2005
Together these twenty-seven articles on a wide range of today's most current topics in science, from Oliver Sacks, James Gleick, Atul Gawande, and Natalie Angier, among others, represent the full spectrum of scientific writing, proving once again that "good science writing is evidently plentiful" (Scientific American).
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - fpagan - LibraryThing
26 short pop-sci pieces. Of the ones I hadn't already read, I most liked Jim Holt's "How Will the Universe End?" and David Berlinski's "On the Origins of the Mind." Read full review
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The editor's claim that we are now living in the "golden age" of science writing is borne out in this superb anthology of pop-science essays and news reports. Progressing from the hardest to the ... Read full review