Category: Science

31 March, 2015

Robert Thomas

Scientia Gratia Scientiae

Robert Thomas extols the beauty of physics


Kate Travers

Beauty Under the Microscope

Kate Travers on the developing dialogue between science and aesthetics


2 March, 2015

Kanta Dihal

Must Everything Really Die?

Kanta Dihal enjoys an anthology of bad ideas


16 February, 2015

Neil Dewar

Quantum Culture

Neil Dewar weighs up the cultural influence of quantum mechanics


19 January, 2015

Kanta Dihal

Mind Over Mathematics

Kanta Dihal considers an unusual memoir that demystifies physics


8 December, 2014

Martin Willis

n = 1: Valuing Literature and Science

Martin Willis explores what we should value in literature's engagement with science and in the study of that engagement.


Sarah Hanks

Science and Books in an Age of Reform

Secord's Visions of Science weaves together the politics, press, and science of the early nineteenth century.


Gillian Daw

Point of View: Astronomical and Literary Perception

Henchman's The Starry Sky Within is a thought-provoking interdisciplinary work that requires some astronomical expertise.


Anja A. Drautzburg

The Theatricality of Flinching

Watt Smith traces the ways in which the perception and understanding of looking and observing changed from 1872 to 1918.


27 October, 2014

Kate Travers

A Critical Hematology

Blood offers an unexpected and challenging investigation into the role of blood, occuping a crucial space at the centre of the Western canon.