86 books — 70 voters
“ For reasons I have yet to understand, many people don’t like chemicals, which might explain the perennial movement to rid foods of them. <...> Personally, I am quite comfortable with chemicals, anywhere in the universe. My favorite stars, as well as my best friends, are all made of them. ”
This is the place to discuss our monthly book on science. Start as many conversation threads as …more
[close] This is the place to discuss our monthly book on science. Start as many conversation threads as you like!
1,360 members, last active 5 months ago
This group is for those that just can't get enough of science and the natural world. *** All bo…more
[close] This group is for those that just can't get enough of science and the natural world. *** All books are chosen by group members ***
1,149 members, last active one year ago
[close] Book group for staff based at Oxford University Museum of Natural History. A place to share things you've read and what you thought, as well as a place to voice what you'd would like to read and get people's thoughts. We will post regular recommendations. Comments are welcome even if you haven't read the books(!).
31 members, last active one year ago
A place to read and discuss some great science books from across all fields of biology, chemistr…more
[close] A place to read and discuss some great science books from across all fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. Add suggestions to the group's shelves and I'll make polls to decide what to read next, so vote for the one you want. All discussion threads are open indefinitely, so feel free to join in, contribute, share links to cool things you find etc whenever. We aim to read one book every two weeks.
183 members, last active 5 years ago
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