Authors Adam Corner and Jamie Clarke suggest a fresh approach to engaging the public in to taking action against climate change.
Samuel Lickiss reviews an unsettling exploration of science and history in our oceans’ mysterious depths.
Ian Sillett reads about a momentous clash between two intellectual giants in 1922
70 years after Hiroshima, Fatema Kassamali on a book that documents how German physicists reacted, unaware they were being bugged
Rachel David reviews Sean Martin’s ‘A Short History of Disease’
Neil Stoker gorges on a new book of Hubble images, and wonders how these extraordinary pictures have changed us
Take a leap into 2052 and explore the terrifying genetic control under which the human race has befallen with Holly Cave’s first ever sci-fi book..