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Ecotopia 2121: Alan Marshall *** 2 December 2016 - One of the most unusual books we've reviewed: a vision for the environmentally-minded future of 100 cities. Some great illustrations and interesting ideas but not a lot of science.
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What Colour is the Sun? - Brian Clegg **** 27 November 2016 In a follow-up to last year's How Many Moons Does the Earth Have?, Clegg once more entices and entertains with 100 science questions to test yourself on, then explore a page on each topic.
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Astrophotography: Rhodri Evans **** 27 November 2016 - Impressive space photography coffee table book, enhanced with a genuinely useful text by astronomer Rhodri Evans.

Our free competition to win one of five copies of new popular science title What Colour is the Sun? is now closed - but there will be another competition in the next mailing.

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Book editor and designer Tom Cabot has a background in experimental psychology, natural sciences and graphic design. In his interview he explores the relationship between art and science and the benefits of taking a different approach to presenting scientific information.
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The Royal Society Book Prize 2016


The winner has been announced: Andrea Wulf wins for her biography of Alexander von Humboldt, The Invention of Nature.
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