Biology

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  1. Book ImageGuns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies

    Jared Diamond

    "Fascinating.... Lays a foundation for understanding human history."—Bill GatesMore

  2. Book ImageTestosterone Rex: Myths of Sex, Science, and Society

    Cordelia Fine

    “Goodbye, beliefs in sex differences disguised as evolutionary facts. Welcome the dragon slayer: Cordelia Fine wittily but meticulously lays bare the irrational arguments that we use to justify gender politics.”—Uta Frith, emeritus professor of cognitive development, University College LondonMore

  3. Book ImageA Brief History of Creation: Science and the Search for the Origin of Life

    Bill Mesler, H. James Cleaves, II

    The epic story of the scientists through the ages who have sought answers to life’s biggest mystery: How did it begin?More

  4. Book ImageA Most Improbable Journey: A Big History of Our Planet and Ourselves

    Walter Alvarez

    “A thrilling synthesis from a brilliant scientist who discovered one of the most important chapters in our history.” —Sean B. CarrollMore

  5. Book ImageThe Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health

    David R. Montgomery, Anne Biklé

    A riveting exploration of how microbes are transforming the way we see nature and ourselves—and could revolutionize agriculture and medicine.More

  6. Book ImageClimbing Mount Improbable

    Richard Dawkins

    A brilliant book celebrating improbability as the engine that drives life, by the acclaimed author of The Selfish Gene and The Blind Watchmaker.More

  7. Book ImageThe Vital Question: Energy, Evolution, and the Origins of Complex Life

    Nick Lane

    “One of the deepest, most illuminating books about the history of life to have been published in recent years.” —The EconomistMore

  8. Book ImageEvolution

    Carl T. Bergstrom, Lee Alan Dugatkin

    Second Edition

    Get your students thinking critically about evolution.More

  9. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Laboratory Experience

    Steven Keating

    Students get more out of their microbiology lab experience because the manual has thorough introductions that emphasize important concepts and applications---written in a uniquely-engaging authorial voice---and is accompanied by an unparalleled visual program.More

  10. Book ImageFoundational Concepts in Neuroscience: A Brain-Mind Odyssey

    David E. Presti

    Key concepts in neuroscience presented for the non-medical reader.More

  11. Book ImageThe Blind Watchmaker: Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe without Design

    Richard Dawkins

    Richard Dawkins’s classic remains the definitive argument for our modern understanding of evolution.More

  12. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Human Experience

    John W. Foster, Zarrintaj Aliabadi, Joan L. Slonczewski

    Preliminary Edition

    A Case-History ApproachMore

  13. Book ImageOrigins: Fourteen Billion Years of Cosmic Evolution

    Neil deGrasse Tyson, Donald Goldsmith

    “Who can ask for better cosmic tour guides to the universe than Drs. Tyson and Goldsmith?” —Michio Kaku, author of Hyperspace and Parallel WorldsMore

  14. Book ImageMicrobiology Infectious Disease Flashcards

    Julie Harless

    A popular and innovative way to help students study for exams.More

  15. Book ImageCharles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism, 1861-1864

    Marsha Driscoll, Elizabeth E. Dunn, Dann Siems, Et Al.

    Part of the Reacting to the Past series, Charles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism thrusts students into the intellectual ferment of Victorian England just after publication of The Origin of Species.More

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