Exploring the Wilderness Inside Your Home

In biologist Rob Dunn’s new book Never Home Alone, he introduces readers to the visible and microscopic organisms composing an indoor ecosystem, discussing what we know (and don’t know) about the creatures that share our homes. If you enjoyed I Contain Multitudes, this book should be next on your reading list. Just like Ed YongContinue reading “Exploring the Wilderness Inside Your Home”

Read About the Remarkable Female Scientist Who Fought to Regulate Radiation

Gayle Greene’s The Woman Who Knew Too Much: Alice Stewart and the Secret of Radiation is an incredible overview of the life and work of Stewart, whose voice fills the pages and echoes through time to help readers better understand the field of radiology in the twentieth century.  Through extensive interviews with the indomitable Alice Stewart herself,Continue reading “Read About the Remarkable Female Scientist Who Fought to Regulate Radiation”

Journey through the Alimentary Canal with Mary Roach

Today’s guest review is by science writer Jordan Gaal. I am pleased to share Jordan’s review here on Read More Science — he provides an insightful glimpse into author Mary Roach’s Gulp, introducing us to Roach’s delightful and interesting story about the science of the digestive system. Jordan Gaal is a strategic communications and public relations professional servingContinue reading “Journey through the Alimentary Canal with Mary Roach”