In this episode, meet Georgia Senator Reverend Raphael G. Warnock, author of A Way Out of No Way, Pulitzer Prizeâ€“winning science writer Ed Yong, author of An Immense World, and award-winning writer Ellyn Gaydos, author of Pig Years. READ MORE
In this episode, meet professor of microbiology Joseph Osmundson, author of Virology, family therapist Terrence Real, author of Us, and social entrepreneur and inventor of ReThink™ Trisha Prabhu, author of ReThink the Internet. READ MORE
In this episode, meet the CEO of Gumroad Sahil Lavingia, author of The Minimalist Entrepreneur, artist Danny Casale (aka Coolman Coffeedan), author of Ur Special, and creator of PhD Comics Jorge Cham and particle physicist Daniel Whiteson, co-authors of Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe. READ MORE
In this episode, meet former CIA spy Christina Hillsberg, co-author with Ryan Hillsberg of License to Parent, Stanford University Professor of Psychiatry Karl Deisseroth, author of Projections, and Brennan Center Fellows Director Theodore R. Johnson, author of When the Stars Begin to Fall. READ MORE
In this episode, meet journalist Paola Ramos, author of Finding Latinx, entrepreneur Seth Godin, author of The Practice, and Professor of Physics and Astronomy Janna Levin, author of Black Hole Survival Guide. READ MORE
From smart phones and computers to cellular biology, science is all around us. Whether youâ€™re interested in the natural, formal, or social sciences, these entertaining audiobooks are bound to engage your mind and teach you something new. READ MORE
“I wrote this book with Jorge Cham because we were really excited to share our enthusiasm for exploring the unknown, or looking out into the universe and thinking about the possible crazy things that could be revealed to us. There are lots of books out there about science and explaining what science does know and all the amazing things science has learned, but we really felt like nobody was talking about what we donâ€™t know, whatâ€™s out there left for young people who are going into science to discover and people who are interested in science, what they might learn. ”
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