The big questions in science – 105science
Answers to the most intriguing questions in science today. The author of a riveting book called “The Big Questions in Science” explains how they researched How did life begin? Why do we dream? And when can I have a robot butler?
For a teaser of the book, check out this article on The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/sep/01/20-big-questions-in-science
The Big Questions in Science
Science writer Mun Keat Looi talks about some of the most exciting and pressing questions facing humanity. Mun Keat explains how he and coauthors Hayley Birch and Colin Stuart gathered the most cutting edge science research to shed new light on the twenty biggest questions keeping us up at night, such as How did life begin? And are we alone in the universe? The authors explain everything in a way that’s easy to understand – helped by quite stunning photography and funny cartoon drawings.
To pick up your own copy of ‘The Big Questions in Science: The Quest to Solve the Great Unknowns’: http://www.goodmanbooks.com/books/products/the-big-questions-in-science
Mun Keat Looi works on other projects too. To get in touch, check out his website: http://munkeatlooi.com
‘When Magic and Science Collide’ on Tuesday 24th September 19:00 at The Maypole Pub. A talk from the Skeptics in the Pub series. Oliver Meech performs brain-boggling tricks inspired by mind-boggling science in a comedy magic show that fuses psychology and trickery. http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/45053
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