• 15th February 2019

    Armchair Chemistry: From Molecules to Elements: The Chemistry of Everyday Life

    Part of the Armchair series, Armchair Chemistry is a quick refresher course in how we survey of the science. It explains how we evolved from believing in alchemy to... more »

  • 15th February 2019

    The Big Book of Science

    The well-known “a bee in a cathedral” analogy describes the size of an atom and its nucleus in understandable terms. The analogy goes that if... more »

  • 15th February 2019


    Hawking explores the life and work, explaining the breakthroughs at the cutting edge of cosmology, from the Big Bang to black holes, and the ups... more »

  • 15th February 2019

    The Big Bang (Traveller’s Guides)

    Imagine you could travel back in time to see the Big Bang! Starting with an explanation of which time travel devices might take you there,... more »

  • 15th February 2019

    Psychology for Busy People

    Explore the fascinating world of the human psyche with this accessible and concise guide to the fundamentals of psychology. Broken down by subject, from the... more »

  • 15th February 2019

    Mathematics: A Curious History

    Mathematics opens new doors to the amazing world of maths. Telling the exciting story from a historical perspective, it shows how mathematical science advanced through... more »

  • 15th February 2019

    Frankenstein and the Birth of Science

    Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was conceived against the backdrop of rapid change in the scientific world. Frankenstein and The Birth of Science offers an engrossing insight... more »

  • 5th November 2015

    Why We Do the Things We Do

    Can you really tell a criminal by the bumps on his head? What does a memory look like? Can a machine think? Why are some... more »

  • 16th October 2014

    Boost Your Brain

    witch on your brain with puzzles, tips and teasers Improve your memory and recall, develop cognitive skills and increase your brain power with Boost Your... more »