Stuart Firestein is a professor of Neurobiology and a researcher. At one point he realized that he loved doing research and coming up with new things to research and questions to... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Adam Shields
Fresh approach to how the average non-scientist might view scientific inquiry, it's value and it's requirements. Readable, interesting, informative. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Norma F Parker
Business professionals master the known whereas scientists relish the unknown. Their aim is not to further boundaries of available knowledge, but rather to question and even... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JC
No nonsense language, easy to understand
You will read as a novel.
also look to his TED event.
When I found this book in the British Library, its title immediately caught my attention.
Normally, some people could get offended it someone called them ignorant. Read more
This is a great read, well written and researched, great presentation and very logical. The book makes you comfortable not knowing and supports the importance of research to answer... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dentidoc
The Sloan Foundation funded the right guy. If the public is going to get any better sense for how science works, this book may be the reason. Better than the TED talk.Published 6 months ago by H. Talmage Day
Makes me remember why I find science so fascinating! The case studies cover a variety of disciplines so there's something for everyone.Published 7 months ago by Mark Klein
One of the most important skills a scientist can have and nurture? Ability to ask good questions and to evaluate which questions to pursue - there are so many! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ilya Grigorik