He has worked as a freelance writer for over three decades, producing works that are both informative and accessible. His most popular works include What Is Life? This Nobel Laureate in physics has written a number of books that address everything from the fundamentals of cosmology to the discovery of subatomic particles.
He is also a gifted writer, having penned numerous books and TV programs about birds, mammals and our planet. His genius, writings and persona have made him an academic celebrity, but one acclaimed with just cause.
Simon and Schuster, As the recipient of a Templeton Journalism Fellowship, I spent several weeks in the summer of at Cambridge University in England, discussing science and religion.
A Soviet atomic bomb project got started c. His research has helped the field make great strides, and his work is well worth a read.
It is by no means an easy read, but for those who love mathematics, it can be an amazing journey into how a man could have made such huge discoveries with such limited equipment. He served in this capacity until he retired in The latest is "Dirt Is Good", about how children between the ages of one and three acquire a healthy microbiome.
His book The Lives of a Cell is a brilliantly written collection of essays on the interconnectedness of life on Earth.
His most famous book, The Double Helixshowcases the race to discover the properties of DNA and is as close to a soap opera as readers are bound to find in scientific writing. Ridley is the author of several works in popular science, including Genome: He married Florence Davidow in Multi-Topic These gifted writers focus on different topics throughout their writing, touching on fields like evolution, technology and paleontology.
He touches on a number of topics in his books, though all biology related, from the nature of viruses to evolutionary theory. It was published in by St. Inhis book The Hell Bomb warned about the use of a cobalt bomb — a form of hydrogen bomb still an untested device at the time he wrote it engineered to produce a maximum amount of nuclear fallout.
For pleasure, I am a cyclist, hiker, skier and runner. He shared his passion for science through his writings and was highly successful, winning a Kalinga Prize for helping to popularize science.
His views were to carry well into the Medieval and Renaissance eras thought today we known many but not all of them to be false. Any student interested in better understanding the field of microbiology should add it to their reading list.
Death[ edit ] Laurence died in in MajorcaSpain, of complications from a blood clot in his brain. Throughout her career she has written numerous books, for both adults and children, sharing insights into chimpanzee communities and encouraging a more compassionate world.
On May 5,Laurence published a front-page exclusive in the New York Times on successful attempts in isolating uranium which were reported in Physical Reviewand outlined many somewhat hyperbolic claims about the possible future of nuclear power.
Copernicus wrote throughout his life, but he waited until he was on his deathbed to release his best and most important work— On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres. How we can defend ourselves against atomic weapons. In he began working at The New York Times, specializing where possible in reporting on scientific issues.
Smyth came and I showed him around. Yet, it poses an idea, that our planet is a single, self-regulating system, that is hard to ignore in an age where pollution and disease on one side of the world can quickly impact the other.In the New York Times best seller Good Calories, Bad Calories, acclaimed science writer Gary Taubes argues that certain kinds of carbohydrates—not fats and not simply excess calories—have led to our current obesity epidemic.
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This clue was last seen on October 4 on New York Times’s Crossword. In case the clue doesn’t fit or there’s something wrong please contact us! William J. Broad is a science journalist and senior writer at The New York Times. He shared two Pulitzer Prizes with his colleagues, as well as an Emmy Award and a DuPont Award.
Apr 19, · The New York Times TierneyLab is a blog by John Tierney on unusual scientific ideas and their effect on society. Dec 09, · The New York Times. Opinionator | The Science and Art of Science Writing The Science and Art of Science Writing.
By Michelle Nijhuis December 9, pm December 9, we science writers tell the story of the frustrations, false starts, triumphs and breakthroughs that lead to the solution — or, in many cases, to even more. David Quammen: With work in publications such as National Geographic, Harper's and The New York Times, Quammen is certainly a high-profile science and nature writer.
Be sure to check out his books Monster of God: The Man-Eating Predator in the Jungles of History and the Mind and The Reluctant Mr. Darwin: An Intimate Portrait of Charles Darwin.Download