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How to Live Forever And 34 Other Really Interesting Uses of Science

Popular Science
By: Alok Jha
224 pages, b/w illustrations
How to Live Forever
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How to clone a sheep. How to build a brain. How to boil a planet. How to save the world. From the microscopic to the cosmic, this book takes you on a glorious tour of the known universe and beyond, encompassing alien worlds, bizarre life forms, quantum weirdness, parallel dimensions and dissected brains along the way.

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Alok Jha is a science and environment correspondent at the Guardian newspaper, specialising in green technologies. In addition to writing news and comment, he presents the Science Weekly podcast and looks after the Guardian's science website. He graduated with a physics degree from Imperial College London. He lives in London.
Popular Science
By: Alok Jha
224 pages, b/w illustrations
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Jha's clear writing style organises these big ideas in a way that makes them a pleasure to revisit, and an eye-opener if you're discovering them for the first time
- BBC Science Focus Magazine
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