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The Best Australian Science Writing 2019
Good science writing makes us feel. It makes us delight in the discovery of a black hole munching on a star, laugh at the image of aliens puzzling over golf balls on the Moon, wonder at the mystery of the Spanish influenzas deadly rampage, grieve for baby shearwater chicks dying with plastic-filled stomachs, rage at the loss of the Great Barrier Reef and cheer for the ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 2019 by NewSouth Publishing
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This is a fabulous anthology, each piece is beautifully written, and topics range from the need to send artists and people who think differently into space, to viruses affecting turtles. A wonderful range of contemporary science issues, written in a style for the non expert in mind as a reader.
An excellent miscellany of insightful and educational stories ranging from molecules to galaxies. All are indeed well-written, engaging and everyone will learn much in each chapter. This would be a terrific motivation for secondary school students, but ancient people like me are still inspired.
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