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  • The Monastery and the Microscope

    Although, on the surface, Buddhist contemplative tradition and Western science would appear to represent divergent perspectives, a closer look at these discipli… Read More
  • American Wolf

    Once, while I was watching a wolf with a group of students along a roadside in Yellowstone National Park, a National Park Service Toyota pulled up and one of th… Read More
  • Dinner with Darwin

    With today’s well-established foodie culture, what better way to serve up a book on evolution than by appealing to a reader’s stomach? In Dinner with Darwin… Read More
  • The Fear Factor

    More than 20 years ago, the selfless act of a complete stranger affected the course of Abigail Marsh’s life. Now a social psychologist, in The Fear Factor, Ma… Read More
  • Clockwork Futures

    “Steampunk,” for the unfamiliar, is a 19th-century aesthetic characterized by a fictional world where modern conveniences abound, propelled by atypical powe… Read More
  • Soonish

    Curiosity is a beautiful thing, and Kelly and Zach Weinersmith have it in spades. Their coauthored Soonish is an unabashed nerd-out of a book, zinging from oute… Read More
  • Planet Hunters

    Are we alone in the universe? In Planet Hunters, Lucas Ellerbroek traces the story of this question from its beginnings during the age of Copernicus and Galileo… Read More
  • Insider Trading

    Donating parts of one’s body, either when alive (e.g., blood, kidneys, or eggs) or after death (e.g., eyes, skin, lung, or heart), is an acceptable and common… Read More
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