From Publishers Weekly
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Was a really interesting look at genetics. It was required reading for my Philosophy of science course, but was not dry or difficult to grasp. Read morePublished 23 months ago by promise2try
Bought this for a class, kept it after the class was over. Very interesting book, will definitely read again (when school allows!)Published on February 13, 2014 by Elana Voigt
Great book about McClintock and how she lived and worked. The middle section which describes the genetics will need supplementation with lots of diagrams and explanation. Read morePublished on February 1, 2014 by Alan C.
Wonderful book and Barbara is such a great woman. It really goes into detail about her work and what she accomplished.Published on December 29, 2013 by Chelsea
What if you discovered that the fruit and vegetables that you grow with your own hands will keep you healthier than those you buy from a supermarket or even from a local farmer's... Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by Bobby Matherne
I very much enjoyed the human element of this book. As a woman in science, it always makes me feel appreciative to hear about the women whose uphill battle led to our equal... Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by K. Wilkins
I read this in college and recently bought it for a gift. It is a great story about the intuitive side of science. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Mark M.
A fantastic book where the devotion to science and in particular for genetics becomes contagious. Being a woman in science I find that Barbara McClintock is a never ending... Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by fq