Twelve year after the Atheist Revolution, what can we learn about it? The transcript of the famous 2007 conversation has been printed in a new book with three essays by their surviving members.
Annaka Harris takes the complex task of giving the public a brief tour about the mystery of consciousness. Her debut book in less than 120 pages tells more about being conscious than many books with over 400+ pages.
With the Harry Potter movies coming to Netlix, we look back on the film that started it all, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone!
Oliver Sacks may have passed away four years ago, but we are still hungry for tales on his incredible life. Many thought that his upcoming book, Everything in Its place, was going to be his last piece of work. But, two new books will change that.
Lawrence Weschler was intended to write a profile piece on Oliver Sacks. Forty years later, an empathic and balanced biography emerges.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Lewis Thomas' death, we recommend everyone pick up a copy or two of the famed physician and etymologist's essays.
How do modern societies evolve? Harvard biologist, Edward O. Wilson tries to answer these questions in his new book, Genesis: The Deep Origins of Societies.
"Hello Dr. Tyson," starts the letter directed at astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson: "My question to you is... do you believe in a supernatural being such as God and the prospects of an afterlife? If not, then what, or how,...
From genetics and neuroscience to the unspoken alliance of astrophysics and war, we give five great science books in 2018.
Oliver Sacks' last book, Everything In Its Place, delivers a heartfelt goodbye and a much-needed collection of writings that represents his voracious appetite for knowledge.