"Full of startling insights into the nature and evolution of life as we know it."--The Economist
Dr. Nick Lane is an honorary senior research fellow at University College, London. His first book, Oxygen: the Molecule that made the World, was published to critical acclaim by Oxford University Press in 2002.
It simplified some of the most interesting theories of aging and the prevailing science of the mitochondria. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kendra
Excellent evo bio reference!! Nick lane is a superb entertaining writer.Published 3 months ago by Linda Sanders
Nick Lane investigates the thriller suspense story of Mitochondria and Meaning of Life. He points us to view our origins, evolution and energy needs with interesting analogies. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rivka Robbin Freeman
Love it. Really good read after reading his book on Oxygen.Published 5 months ago by Harold S. Finnell
The books is overall fascinating, but sometimes it is a little bit confusing to follow the ideas presented by the author. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eduardo Pereira Duarte da Silva