Books by great Science writers - like McPhee, Quammen, those types

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Was it one of these (From wiki)? In any event, hopefully you picked the one about Henrietta Lacks. If you didn’t: then you really need to get yourself a copy of this book, entitled The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and written by Rebecca Sloot, to find out why you should have.

Nominee #1: Karl Iagnemma Nominee #2: Chris Ware Nominee #3: Richard Powers Nominee #4: Dava Sobel She’s been a science news reporter for The New York Times, a freelance science writer for a good dozen magazines, and author of several successful books. Oh yes, she has her own webpage (“a science writer’s site”). She was…

Environmental Science/Studies in Review, Volume 1 Here is a rundown of some recent pieces of note w/r/t environment, science, and technology — specifically, a few on atrazine and hermaphroditic friogs, and then a few on Big Organic (farming and planting and eating and such).