Whether you're interested in neuroscience, psychology or the environment, Live Science recommends interesting science books to add to your shelf.
Aurora records in royal chronicles from Korea show that during the 'Maunder Minimum' between 1645 and 1715, the sun's solar cycles became several years shorter than they are today.
From the opportunistic "have-a-go" approach of octopuses to "accessory males" that supply female anglerfish with a lifetime of sperm, author Jon Copley explores the sex lives of deep sea creatures.
The rare manuscript is believed to be one of only 277 known copies of Copernicus' book worldwide.
The best science books evoke a sense of wonder and make you marvel at the incredible world we live in.
Here are the best physics books for anyone looking for an accessible and engaging immersion into the world of physics and wondering about our universe.
Over decades, a brazen thief stole hundreds of eggs from rare and endangered falcons' nests around the world, to sell to private collectors.
Wild falcons are highly prized by private collectors, who pay tens of thousands of dollars for the rare birds.
A new book by Randall Munroe, author of the popular science webcomic xkcd, explains how to fix real-world problems by using science to find ridiculously complicated solutions.
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