What do scientists have on their bookshelves? Reading on Vocation @ The Wheeler Centre

I’m currently putting the finishing touches to my new book Bloodhound: searching for my father  (Text) to be published on May 1st, so I haven’t been able to blog much.

But here’s a blast from the recent past –

In this instalment of Reading on Vocation, I introduce the reading habits and histories of three noted scientists – Tim Flannery, Douglas Hilton and Rachel Webster. Together, they discuss Cicero and Dawkins, evolution via Darwin and Wallace, and the lure of amateur entymology and (un)believable science fiction.

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