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Period Period: The Real Story of Menstruation Kate Clancy

A bold and revolutionary perspective on the science and cultural history of menstruation

Free Agents Free Agents: How Evolution Gave Us Free Will Kevin J. Mitchell

An evolutionary case for the existence of free will

How We Age How We Age: The Science of Longevity Coleen T. Murphy

How recent breakthroughs in longevity research offer clues about human aging

The Liars of Nature and the Nature of Liars The Liars of Nature and the Nature of Liars: Cheating and Deception in the Living World Lixing Sun

A natural history of cheating from selfish genes to lying politicians

Elemental Elemental: How Five Elements Changed Earth’s Past and Will Shape Our Future Stephen Porder

An ecologist explores how life itself shapes Earth using the elemental constituents we all share

The Voices of Nature The Voices of Nature: How and Why Animals Communicate Nicolas Mathevon

Songs, barks, roars, hoots, squeals, and growls: exploring the mysteries of how animals communicate by sound

Enchanted by Daphne Enchanted by Daphne: The Life of an Evolutionary Naturalist Peter R. Grant

The extraordinary life story of the celebrated naturalist who transformed our understanding of evolution

The Evolution of Power The Evolution of Power: A New Understanding of the History of Life Geerat Vermeij

A sweeping new account of the role of power in the evolution of all life on Earth

Origin Africa Origin Africa: A Natural History Jonathan Kingdon

A richly illustrated journey through the evolution of Africa’s extraordinary natural world across deep time

Virtual You Virtual You: How Building Your Digital Twin Will Revolutionize Medicine and Change Your Life Peter Coveney and Roger Highfield

The visionary science behind the digital human twins that will enhance our health and our future

Remnants of Ancient Life Remnants of Ancient Life: The New Science of Old Fossils Dale E. Greenwalt

The revolution in science that is transforming our understanding of extinct life

How Fast Did T. rex Run? How Fast Did T. rex Run?: Unsolved Questions from the Frontiers of Dinosaur Science David Hone

The revolution in science that is transforming our understanding of dinosaurs

Piping Hot Bees and Boisterous Buzz-Runners Piping Hot Bees and Boisterous Buzz-Runners: 20 Mysteries of Honey Bee Behavior Solved Thomas D. Seeley

A biologist’s up-close account of how he and fellow biologists cracked long-standing puzzles about honey bee behavior

The Last of Its Kind The Last of Its Kind: The Search for the Great Auk and the Discovery of Extinction Gísli Pálsson

How an iconic bird’s final days exposed the reality of human-caused extinction

How to Do Ecology How to Do Ecology: A Concise Handbook - Third Edition Richard Karban, Mikaela Huntzinger, and Ian S. Pearse

The essential insider’s guide for ecologists at all career stages—now completely updated and expanded

Soft Matter Soft Matter: Concepts, Phenomena, and Applications Wim van Saarloos, Vincenzo Vitelli, and Zorana Zeravcic

A comprehensive, modern introduction to soft matter physics

The Importance of Being Educable The Importance of Being Educable: A New Theory of Human Uniqueness Leslie Valiant

In the age of AI, why our future depends on better understanding what makes us human