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Secrets of the Human Body (Hardcover): Chris van Tulleken, Xand van Tulleken, Andrew Cohen Secrets of the Human Body (Hardcover)
Chris van Tulleken, Xand van Tulleken, Andrew Cohen 1
R597 R447 Discovery Miles 4 470 Save R150 (25%) Within 8 - 15 working days

206 bones. One heart. Two eyes. Ten fingers. You may think we know what makes up a human. But it turns out our bodies are full of surprises. What makes tears of joy different from tears of sadness? Why is a gut feeling so much smarter than you think? And why is 90% of you not even human? You may think you know the human body - heart, lungs, brain and bones - but it's time to think again. Your body is full of extraordinary mysteries that science is only just beginning to understand. This book, which accompanies a major new BBC TV programme, turns your knowledge of the human body on its head. Leading us through all of these revelations are stories of everyday miracles - the human stories that bind every one of us together through the universal stages of life. From the most extreme environments on Earth, to the most extreme events, we reveal the extraordinary abilities every human shares. Combining cutting-edge science with cutting-edge technology, we see the human body like never before. Featuring pioneering specialist photography, a new generation of digital effects will allow us to catch a tantalising glimpse beneath our skin, leading you to discover the secrets that make every ordinary human body ... extraordinary.

Why We Sleep - Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams (Hardcover): Matthew Walker Why We Sleep - Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams (Hardcover)
Matthew Walker
R483 R363 Discovery Miles 3 630 Save R120 (25%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Human Molecular Genetics (Paperback, 4th Revised edition): Tom Strachan, Andrew Read Human Molecular Genetics (Paperback, 4th Revised edition)
Tom Strachan, Andrew Read 1
R700 R571 Discovery Miles 5 710 Save R129 (18%) In stock

Human Molecular Genetics is an established and class-proven textbook for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students which provides an authoritative and integrated approach to the molecular aspects of human genetics. While maintaining the hallmark features of previous editions, the Fourth Edition has been completely updated. It includes new Key Concepts at the beginning of each chapter and annotated further reading at the conclusion of each chapter, to help readers navigate the wealth of information in this subject. The text has been restructured so genomic technologies are integrated throughout, and next generation sequencing is included. Genetic testing, screening, approaches to therapy, personalized medicine, and disease models have been brought together in one section. Coverage of cell biology including stem cells and cell therapy, studying gene function and structure, comparative genomics, model organisms, noncoding RNAs and their functions, and epigenetics have all been expanded.

A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived - The Human Story Retold Through Our Genes (Hardcover): Adam Rutherford A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived - The Human Story Retold Through Our Genes (Hardcover)
Adam Rutherford
R463 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R115 (25%) Within 8 - 13 working days
I Contain Multitudes - The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life (Paperback): Ed Yong I Contain Multitudes - The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life (Paperback)
Ed Yong 1
R205 R176 Discovery Miles 1 760 Save R29 (14%) Within 4 - 8 working days

SHORTLISTED FOR THE WELLCOME BOOK PRIZE 2017 AND THE ROYAL SOCIETY INSIGHT INVESTMENT SCIENCE BOOK PRIZE 2017 THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Your body is teeming with tens of trillions of microbes. It's an entire world, a colony full of life. In other words, you contain multitudes. They sculpt our organs, protect us from diseases, guide our behaviour, and bombard us with their genes. They also hold the key to understanding all life on earth. In I Contain Multitudes, Ed Yong opens our eyes and invites us to marvel at ourselves and other animals in a new light, less as individuals and more as thriving ecosystems. You'll never think about your mind, body or preferences in the same way again. 'Super-interesting... He just keeps imparting one surprising, fascinating insight after the next. I Contain Multitudes is science journalism at its best' Bill Gates

Higher Human Biology: Practice Papers for SQA Exams (Paperback): Billy Dickson, Graham Moffat Higher Human Biology: Practice Papers for SQA Exams (Paperback)
Billy Dickson, Graham Moffat
R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Within 8 - 15 working days

Practise for your SQA Higher exams with specially commissioned Hodder Gibson Practice Exam Papers with fully worked answers.- Practise with model papers written and checked by experienced markers and examiners- Worked answers show how solutions are arrived at and where marks are gained- Get extra advice with study-skills guidance sections- Avoid common mistakes with examiner tips- A revision grid allows you to revise by topic

Early Humans (Paperback): Nicholas Ashton Early Humans (Paperback)
Nicholas Ashton
R825 R605 Discovery Miles 6 050 Save R220 (27%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Our understanding of the British Palaeolithic and Mesolithic has changed dramatically over the last three decades, and yet not since H. J. Fleure's A Natural History of Man in Britain (1951) has the New Naturalist Library included a volume focused on the study of early humans and their environment.In this long overdue new book, distinguished archaeologist Nick Ashton uncovers the most recent findings, following the remarkable survival and discovery of bones, stone tools and footprints which allow us to paint a picture of the first human visitors to this remote peninsula of north-west Europe.As part of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project and subsequent research, Ashton is involved in an unrivalled collaborative effort involving archaeologists, palaeontologists, and earth scientists at different British institutes, including the Natural History Museum and the British Museum. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the book explores the latest discoveries such as footprints at Happisburgh, Norfolk that are thought to be nearly one million years old, flint artefacts at Pakefield in Suffolk and mammoth remains at West Runton, among others. These remarkable remnants help our quest to unravel the interactions between the changing environments and their ancient human occupants, as well as their lifestyles and migrations.Early humans colonised our remote corner of the European mainland time and again, despite being faced with ice age climates with far-reaching consequences. Setting the scene on the Norfolk coast almost a million years ago, Ashton tells the story of the fauna, flora and developing geography of Britain against the backdrop of an ever-changing climate. Above all, he explores how early people began as brief visitors to this wild remote land, but over time through better ways of acquiring food and developing new technologies, they began to tame, shape and dominate the countryside we see today.

Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst (Hardcover): Robert M. Sapolsky Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst (Hardcover)
Robert M. Sapolsky 1
R446 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R116 (26%) Within 10 - 17 working days

'They should put Behave in hotel rooms instead of the Bible: the world would be a much better, wiser place' Kate Fox, author of Watching the English A ground-breaking synthesis of the entire science of human behaviour by 'one of the best scientist-writers of our time' (Oliver Sacks) -- 'It's no exaggeration to say that Behave is one of the best nonfiction books I've ever read' Wall Street Journal Why do we do what we do? Behave is at once a dazzling tour and a majestic synthesis of the whole science of human behaviour. Brought to life through simple language, engaging stories and irreverent wit, it offers the fullest picture yet of the origins of tribalism and xenophobia, hierarchy and competition, morality and free will, war and peace. Robert Sapolsky's ingenious method is to move backwards in time from the moment at which a behaviour occurs, layer by layer through the myriad influences that led to it: - We begin with the split-second reactions of the brain and nervous system... - Then we consider our response to sight, sound and smell in the minutes and seconds beforehand... - Next he explains the interactions of hormones, which prime our behaviour in the preceding hours and days... - He proceeds through the experiences of adolescence, childhood and foetal development that shape us over our lifespans... - And continues over centuries and millennia through the profound influences of genetic inheritance, cultural context and ultimately the evolutionary origins of our species. Throughout, Sapolsky considers the most important question: what causes acts of aggression or compassion? What inspires us to terrible deeds and what might help foster our best behaviour? Wise, humane, often very funny, Behave is a towering achievement, powerfully humanizing, that is unlikely to be surpassed for many years.

Early Humans (Hardcover): Nicholas Ashton Early Humans (Hardcover)
Nicholas Ashton
R1,392 R997 Discovery Miles 9 970 Save R395 (28%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Our understanding of the British Palaeolithic and Mesolithic has changed dramatically over the last three decades, and yet not since H. J. Fleure's A Natural History of Man in Britain (1951) has the New Naturalist Library included a volume focused on the study of early humans and their environment.In this long overdue new book, distinguished archaeologist Nick Ashton uncovers the most recent findings, following the remarkable survival and discovery of bones, stone tools and footprints which allow us to paint a picture of the first human visitors to this remote peninsula of north-west Europe.As part of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project and subsequent research, Ashton is involved in an unrivalled collaborative effort involving archaeologists, palaeontologists, and earth scientists at different British institutes, including the Natural History Museum and the British Museum. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the book explores the latest discoveries such as footprints at Happisburgh, Norfolk that are thought to be nearly one million years old, flint artefacts at Pakefield in Suffolk and mammoth remains at West Runton, among others. These remarkable remnants help our quest to unravel the interactions between the changing environments and their ancient human occupants, as well as their lifestyles and migrations.Early humans colonised our remote corner of the European mainland time and again, despite being faced with ice age climates with far-reaching consequences. Setting the scene on the Norfolk coast almost a million years ago, Ashton tells the story of the fauna, flora and developing geography of Britain against the backdrop of an ever-changing climate. Above all, he explores how early people began as brief visitors to this wild remote land, but over time through better ways of acquiring food and developing new technologies, they began to tame, shape and dominate the countryside we see today.

Human Universe (Paperback): Brian Cox, Andrew Cohen Human Universe (Paperback)
Brian Cox, Andrew Cohen 1
R217 R170 Discovery Miles 1 700 Save R47 (22%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Where are we? Are we alone? Who are we? Why are we here? What is our future? Human Universe tackles some of the greatest questions that humans have asked to try and understand the very nature of ourselves and the Universe in which we live. Through the endless leaps of human minds, it explores the extraordinary depth of our knowledge today and where our curiosity may lead us in the future. With groundbreaking insight it reveals how time, physics and chemistry came together to create a creature that can wonder at its own existence, blessed with an unquenchable thirst to discover not just where it came from, but how it can think, where it is going and if it is alone. Accompanies the acclaimed BBC TV series.

Gender Medicine - The Groundbreaking New Science of Gender- And Sex-Related Diagnosis and Treatment (Paperback): Marek Glezerman Gender Medicine - The Groundbreaking New Science of Gender- And Sex-Related Diagnosis and Treatment (Paperback)
Marek Glezerman
R331 R257 Discovery Miles 2 570 Save R74 (22%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Blood - The Stuff of Life (Paperback, New): Lawrence Hill Blood - The Stuff of Life (Paperback, New)
Lawrence Hill
R290 R247 Discovery Miles 2 470 Save R43 (15%) Within 7 - 15 working days
Models of Obesity - From Ecology to Complexity in Science and Policy (Hardcover): Stanley J. Ulijaszek Models of Obesity - From Ecology to Complexity in Science and Policy (Hardcover)
Stanley J. Ulijaszek
R1,343 Discovery Miles 13 430 Within 8 - 15 working days

Taking a comparative approach, this book investigates the ways in which obesity and its susceptibilities are framed in science and policy and how they might work better. Providing a clear, authoritative voice on the debate, the author builds on early work to engage further in ecological and complexity thinking in obesity. Many of the models that have emerged since obesity became a population-level issue are examined, including the energy balance model, and models used to examine human body fatness from a range of perspectives including evolutionary, anthropological, environmental, and political viewpoints. The book is ideal for those working on, or interested in, obesity science, health policy, health economics, evolutionary medicine, medical sociology, nutrition and public health who want to understand the shifts that have taken place in obesity science, policy, and intervention in the past forty years.

The Alternative Introduction to Biological Anthropology (Paperback): Jonathan Marks The Alternative Introduction to Biological Anthropology (Paperback)
Jonathan Marks
R881 Discovery Miles 8 810 Within 7 - 15 working days

In The Alternative Introduction to Biological Anthropology, author Jon Marks presents an innovative framework for thinking about the major issues in the field with fourteen original essays designed to correlate to the core chapters in standard textbooks. Each chapter draws on and complements--but does not reconstitute (except for the sake of clarity)--the major data and ideas presented in standard texts. Marks explores such topics as how we make sense of data about our origins, where our modern ideas comes from, our inability to separate natural facts from cultural facts and values as we try to understand ourselves, and the social and political aspects of science as a culturally situated mental activity.
Features
* Offers clear, intelligent, and completely original discussions-injected with a sense of humor-that will keep students reading
* Addresses core topics in a way that does not simply mirror what is in the basic textbooks but offers a new spin, thereby fostering critical thinking
* Complements traditional textbooks in biological anthropology and explores connections between biological and general anthropology
* Provides expert integration of topics, coherent narratives, and salient examples
* Utilizes theme statements at the start of each chapter that introduce the breadth of information covered and engage students in the material

10% Human - How Your Body's Microbes Hold the Key to Health and Happiness (Paperback): Alanna Collen 10% Human - How Your Body's Microbes Hold the Key to Health and Happiness (Paperback)
Alanna Collen
R367 R287 Discovery Miles 2 870 Save R80 (22%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Obesity, autism, mental health problems, IBS, allergies, auto-immunity, cancer. Does the answer to the modern epidemic of `Western' diseases lie in our gut?You are 10% human. For every one of your cells, there are nine impostors hitching a ride. You are not just flesh and bone, but also bacteria and fungi. And you are more `them' than you are `you'.Your gut alone hosts 100 trillion of them and until recently we thought that our microbes didn't matter. This is all set to change as the latest scientific research tells a very different story, one where microbes run our bodies and becoming healthy is impossible without them.In this ground-breaking book, biologist Alanna Collen reveals how our personal colony of microbes influence our weight, immune system, mental health and even our choice of partner. This is a new way of understanding modern diseases - obesity, autism, mental health problems, gut disorders, allergies, auto-immunity and even cancer - as she argues they have their root in our failure to cherish our most fundamental and enduring relationship: that with our microbes.Illuminating many of the questions still unanswered by the human genome project 10% Human completely changes our understanding of diet, modern disease and medicine. The good news is that unlike our human cells, we can change our microbes for the better and this book shows you how. A revelatory and indispensable guide: life - and your body - will never seem the same again.

The Iceman Inheritance - Prehistoric Sources Of Western Man's Racism, Sexism And Agression (Paperback, Revised): Michael... The Iceman Inheritance - Prehistoric Sources Of Western Man's Racism, Sexism And Agression (Paperback, Revised)
Michael Bradley, John Henrik Clarke
R286 R242 Discovery Miles 2 420 Save R44 (15%) Within 7 - 15 working days
Liars, Lovers, and Heroes - What the New Brain Science Reveals About How We Become Who We Are (Paperback): Steven R. Quartz,... Liars, Lovers, and Heroes - What the New Brain Science Reveals About How We Become Who We Are (Paperback)
Steven R. Quartz, Terrence J. Sejnowski
R282 R238 Discovery Miles 2 380 Save R44 (16%) Within 7 - 15 working days

This book combines cutting-edge findings in neuroscience with examples from history and the headlines to introduce the new science of cultural biology, born of advances in brain imaging, computer modeling, and genetics. Doctors Quartz and Sejnowski show how both our noblest and darkest traits are rooted in brain systems so ancient that we share them with insects. They then demystify the dynamic engagement between brain and world that makes us something far beyond the sum of our parts.

The authors show how our humanity unfolds in precise stages as brain and world engage on increasingly complex levels. Their discussion embraces shaping forces as ancient as climate change over millennia and events as recent as the terrorism and heroism of September 11, and offers intriguing answers to some of our most enduring questions, including why we live together, love, kill -- and sometimes lay down our lives for others.

Higher Human Biology for CfE: Multiple Choice and Matching (Paperback): Clare Marsh, James Simms, Caroline Stevenson, James... Higher Human Biology for CfE: Multiple Choice and Matching (Paperback)
Clare Marsh, James Simms, Caroline Stevenson, James Torrance, James Fullarton
R332 Discovery Miles 3 320 Within 8 - 15 working days

The perfect practice book for multiple choice and matching exercises that make up 20% of the final CfE Higher exam paper.This book offers ideal material for either classroom or homework activities, and allows students to construct a glossary of terms essential to the course, while banks of multiple choice questions enable them to practise extensivelty for the examination.

The Body Has a Head (Paperback): Gustav Eckstein The Body Has a Head (Paperback)
Gustav Eckstein
R250 R209 Discovery Miles 2 090 Save R41 (16%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Higher Human Biology: Applying Knowledge and Skills (Paperback): James Torrance, James Fullarton, Clare Marsh, James Simms,... Higher Human Biology: Applying Knowledge and Skills (Paperback)
James Torrance, James Fullarton, Clare Marsh, James Simms, Caroline Stevenson
R347 Discovery Miles 3 470 Within 8 - 15 working days

Help your students be better biologists with the only book that provides dedicated additional practice for the central focus of Higher Human Biology for CfE. This book provides a wealth of further questions and practice material corresponding with each chapter of the core text, allowing students to practise applying their knowledge and skills. * Makes planning easier and saves time with material that is ideal for use either in classroom or as homework * Gives students simple ways to improve and practice specific topics with questions clearly matched to each section of the accompanying Student's Book * Develops skills effectively with tried and trusted material developed by a vastly experienced author team

Enhanced Ethnographic Methods - Audiovisual Techniques, Focused Group Interviews, and Elicitation (Paperback): Jean J.... Enhanced Ethnographic Methods - Audiovisual Techniques, Focused Group Interviews, and Elicitation (Paperback)
Jean J. Schensul, Margaret Diane LeCompte, B.K. Nastasi, Stephen P. Borgatti
R712 Discovery Miles 7 120 Within 7 - 15 working days

A newer edition of this book is available for ordering at the following web address: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9780759122031 In addition to the traditional use of participant observation, interviews, and surveys, qualitative researchers have developed a variety of other methods to obtain information in their studies. Visual data from film and still photographs are now supplemented with video and computer techniques and are used in many settings. Focused group interviews, once in the domain of market researchers, are now regularly used by qualitative researchers as well. Elicitation techniques, such as triads, pile sorts, and freelists, originally developed by cognitive anthropologists have been widely adopted to help understand the inner workings of the members of a group. In this brief volume, these three sets of methods are explained in simple, practical language. The authors describe when and how to use these sets of techniques for community research, market research, and formative evaluation and other health, social welfare, and educational settings both domestically and internationally.

The Human Body - An Illustrated Guide To Your Body And How It Works (Paperback): Peter Abrahams The Human Body - An Illustrated Guide To Your Body And How It Works (Paperback)
Peter Abrahams
R380 R300 Discovery Miles 3 000 Save R80 (21%) Within 8 - 15 working days
Testosterone - The molecule behind power, sex, and the will to win (Paperback): Joe Herbert Testosterone - The molecule behind power, sex, and the will to win (Paperback)
Joe Herbert
R226 R201 Discovery Miles 2 010 Save R25 (11%) Within 4 - 9 working days

We inherit mechanisms for survival from our primeval past; none so obviously as those involved in reproduction. The hormone testosterone underlies the organization of activation of masculinity: it changes the body and brain to make a male. It is involved not only in sexuality but in driving aggression, competitiveness, risk-taking - all elements that were needed for successful survival and reproduction in the past. But these ancient systems are carried forward into a modern world. The ancient world shaped the human brain, but the modern world is shaped by that brain. How does this world, with all its cultural, political, and social variations, deal with and control the primeval role of testosterone, which continues to be essential for the survival of the species? Sex, aggression, winning, losing, gangs, war: the powerful effects of testosterone are entwined with them all. These are the ingredients of human history, so testosterone has played a central role in our story. In Testosterone, Joe Herbert explains the nature of this potent hormone, how it operates in mammals in general and in humans in particular, what we know about its role in influencing various aspects of behaviour in men, and what we are beginning to understand of its role in women. From rape to gang warfare among youths, understanding the workings of testosterone is critical to enable us to manage its continuing powerful effects in modern society. This paperback edition includes expanded material reflecting the latest research on the role of testosterone in women and in street gangs.

Long for This World - The Strange Science of Immortality (Paperback): Jonathan Weiner Long for This World - The Strange Science of Immortality (Paperback)
Jonathan Weiner
R281 R236 Discovery Miles 2 360 Save R45 (16%) Within 7 - 15 working days

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer Jonathan Weiner comes a fast-paced and astonishing scientific adventure story: has the long-sought secret of eternal youth at last been found?

In recent years, the dream of eternal youth has started to look like more than just a dream. In the twentieth century alone, life expectancy increased by more than thirty years--almost as much time as humans have gained in the whole span of human existence. Today a motley array of scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs believe that another, bigger leap is at hand--that human immortality is not only possible, but attainable in our own time. Is there genius or folly in the dreams of these charismatic but eccentric thinkers?

In Long for This World, Jonathan Weiner, a natural storyteller and an intrepid reporter with a gift for making cutting-edge science understandable, takes the reader on a whirlwind intellectual quest to find out. From Berkeley to the Bronx, from Cambridge University to Dante's tomb in Ravenna, Weiner meets the leading intellectuals in the field and delves into the mind-blowing science behind the latest research. He traces the centuries-old, fascinating history of the quest for longevity in art, science, and literature, from Gilgamesh to Shakespeare, Doctor Faustus to "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button."

And he tells the dramatic story of how aging could be conquered once and for all, focusing on the ideas of those who believe aging is a curable disease. Chief among them is the extraordinary Aubrey de Grey, a garrulous Englishman who bears more than a passing resemblance to Methuselah (at 969 years, the oldest man in the Bible) and who is perhaps immortality's most radical and engaging true believer.

A rollicking scientific adventure story in the grand manner of Oliver Sacks, Long for This World is science writing of the highest order and with the highest stakes. Could we live forever? And if we could...would we want to?

A Foot in the River - Why Our Lives Change - and the Limits of Evolution (Paperback): Felipe Fernandez-Armesto A Foot in the River - Why Our Lives Change - and the Limits of Evolution (Paperback)
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
R311 R242 Discovery Miles 2 420 Save R69 (22%) Within 8 - 15 working days

We are a weird species. Like other species, we have a culture. But by comparison with other species, we are strangely unstable: human cultures self-transform, diverge, and multiply with bewildering speed. They vary, radically and rapidly, from time to time and place to place. And the way we live - our manners, morals, habits, experiences, relationships, technology, values - seems to be changing at an ever accelerating pace. The effects can be dislocating, baffling, sometimes terrifying. Why is this? In A Foot in the River, best-selling historian Felipe Fernandez-Armesto sifts through the evidence and offers some radical answers to these very big questions about the human species and its history - and speculates on what these answers might mean for our future. Combining insights from a huge range of disciplines, including history, biology, anthropology, archaeology, philosophy, sociology, ethology, zoology, primatology, psychology, linguistics, the cognitive sciences, and even business studies, he argues that culture is exempt from evolution. Ultimately, no environmental conditions, no genetic legacy, no predictable patterns, no scientific laws determine our behaviour. We can consequently make and remake our world in the freedom of unconstrained imaginations. A revolutionary book which challenges scientistic assumptions about culture and how and why cultural change happens, A Foot in the River comes to conclusions which readers may well find by turns both daunting and also potentially hugely liberating.

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