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Human: The Definitive Visual Guide

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By: Robert Winston
512 pages, 2400 col illus
Human: The Definitive Visual Guide
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  • Human: The Definitive Visual Guide ISBN: 9781405302333 Hardback Oct 2005 Out of Print #149350
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What does it mean to be human? How do we actually differ from apes? All questions are answered in this definitive visual guide to being Human. From biology to beliefs, evolution to our future, a team of expert writers and consultants - led by author and broadcaster Robert Winston - tell the complete story of our remarkable species. People watching - its only human nature.

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Robert Winston is a practising consultant at Hammersmith Hospital, London and world leader in the field of human fertility research. A popular author and broadcaster of TV programmes such as Human Mind and the award-winning Human Instincts, he is also Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College, London and has been at the forefront of social and ethical issues in science. Sir Winston was Chairman of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology. He lives in London.
Popular Science Out of Print
By: Robert Winston
512 pages, 2400 col illus
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