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REVIEW î Future Science ¶ [Reading] ➽ Future Science Author Max Brockman – Berkingmad.co.uk In this fascinating collection of writings that introduce the very latest theories and discoveries in science editor Max Brockman presents the work of some of today's brightest and most innovative you In this fascinating collection of writings that intr[Reading] Future Science Author Max Brockman Berkingmad.co.uk In this fascinating collection of writings that introduce the very latest theories and discoveries in science editor Max Brockman presents the work of some of today's brightest and most innovative you In this fascinating collection of writings that introduce the very latest theories and discoveries in science editor Max Brockman presents the work of some of today's brightest and most innovative young researchers Future Science.

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E of infinity Future Science shares with the world a delightful secret that we academics have been keeping that despite all the hysteria about how electronic media are dumbing down the next generation a tidal wave of talent has been flooding into science making their elders feel like the dumb ones It has a wealth of new and exciting ideas and will help shake up our notions regarding the age sex color and topic clichs of the current public perception of science Steven Pinker author of The Stuff of Thought.

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Future ScienceFeatures eighteen young scientists most of whom are presenting their work and ideas to a general audience for the first time Included in this collection are William McEwan a virologist discussing his research into the biology of antiviral immunity Naomi Eisenberger a neuroscientist wondering how social rejection affects us physically Jon Kleinberg a computer scientist showing what massive datasets can teach us about society and ourselves Anthony Aguirre a physicist who gives readers a tantalizing glimps.

10 Comments on "REVIEW î Future Science"

  • Ben

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceJust a compilation of 19 graduate and post doc researchers' essays on a wide variety of topics; no sales pitch to cheapen or unify them


  • Robert

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceGave up about 75% in as my brother took an interest in the book that I had long since lost Billing itself as a series of essays by relatively young scientists working on the cutting edge of their fields the back cover blurb mentions an interesting range of topics Unfortunately the content doesn't reflect that at all The vast majority of it is on mind and brain research and a smattering of other essays turn up on plant disease resistance theoretical physics and analysis of large data sets Unfortunately the neuroscience stuff tends to put me to sleep Otherwise a reasonably good set of essays with a fairly high degree of variance in uality from one to the other


  • David “Skip” Everling

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceLike Brockman's other Edge Foundation based books this one has lots of good thought provoking essays uite a few from psychologists I was pleased to discover Naomi Eisenberger's essay on the science of rejection was very intriguing in particular the finding that painkillers like Tylenol will also lessen the essentially physical pain of social rejection N


  • Brendan McAuliffe

    REVIEW î Future Science Future Sciencethe best part was the Perdomo painting on the cover


  • Chanuwas

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceIt's a good set of essays representing intriguing research topic even though most of them pay attention to psychology and neurosc


  • John

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceGood hammock reading A lot of fun thought experiments that pursue as one of the essayists put it Suishy science As fun for the rest of us to contemplate as it the scientists and researchers whose hard science make these flights possib


  • Nevin

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceSome essays are on the short side and could use depth and data The majority of them are nothing short of compelling however


  • Dan Bernstein

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceThe book contains essay covering many many topics but they are within a smaller subset of science mainly psychology and space I would have preferring a little variety


  • Subin Sahu

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceI'm not sure that the title of the book suits the contains as all of the essays were about current research rather than future science Probably the title is because all authors are postdoctoral researchers who are in the course of becoming leading scientists soon The essay topics includes astronomy biology brain science behavior science but psychology was the dominant topic; I would have loved to see essays on physics and chemistry


  • Eduardo

    REVIEW î Future Science Future ScienceLoved it Since it was published in 2011 it is now like a Present Science book but amazing with diverse essays from so many different disciplines all of them fascinating