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    Youniverse: A Short Guide to Modern Science

    £9.99
    What are you, who are you and where are you going? - the beginner's guide to modern science
    ISBN: 9780715654224
    AuthorElsie Burch Donald
    Pub Date09/09/2021
    BindingHardback
    Pages198
    Availability: In Stock

    Your guide to science, from the Big Bang to AI



    Whether you wish to discover the basics of science or catch up on its latest developments, this short accessible guide is for you.



    YOUNIVERSE describes in simple terms the world you are inseparably a part of: what it is, how it works and your place in it - insofar as these things are known. The text has been vetted by 13 distinguished scientists.



    Journey now through time and space, a world of the unimaginably big and the inconceivably small - though the marvels of science.







    *PRAISE FOR YOUNIVERSE*



    'This is a fine piece of work... very entertaining and informative... It should appeal and be useful to the generalist who wants an overview of science.' Sir Peter Ratcliffe, 2019 Nobel Prize winner and head of clinical research at the Francis Crick Institute

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    Your guide to science, from the Big Bang to AI



    Whether you wish to discover the basics of science or catch up on its latest developments, this short accessible guide is for you.



    YOUNIVERSE describes in simple terms the world you are inseparably a part of: what it is, how it works and your place in it - insofar as these things are known. The text has been vetted by 13 distinguished scientists.



    Journey now through time and space, a world of the unimaginably big and the inconceivably small - though the marvels of science.







    *PRAISE FOR YOUNIVERSE*



    'This is a fine piece of work... very entertaining and informative... It should appeal and be useful to the generalist who wants an overview of science.' Sir Peter Ratcliffe, 2019 Nobel Prize winner and head of clinical research at the Francis Crick Institute