Science Ink Hardcover – 7 Nov 2011
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"Carl Zimmer is one of the best science writers we have today." --Rebecca Skloot, author of the bestselling "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" "Zimmer brilliantly animates the intoxicating passions of science lovers in perfectly precise, perfectly poetic short stories." --Jad Abumrad, host of the award-winning "Radiolab" "Reveals the great ideas and deep passion for science in some of the most creative body art on the planet today." --Neil Shubin, author of the bestselling "Your Inner Fish" "Every page of this book is a delight. Be dazzled by the images, wowed by the formulas, and inspired by the stories behind them all." --Sean Carroll, author of "From Eternity to Here"
About the Author
Carl Zimmer is a journalist and lecturer on science writing at Yale University. His numerous critically praised books include Parasite Rex, which The L.A. Times called capable of changing how we see the world; Soul Made Flesh (one of the top 100 books of 2004, according to The New York Times Book Review), and Microcosm, which The Boston Globe called, superb...quietly revolutionary. He writes for countless publications, including The New York Times and Scientific American and regularly appears on radio and on TV. His blog, The Loom, is regularly cited as one of the web's best science blogs. He lives in Guilford, Connecticut.
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