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I am currently doing biology and chemistry at school, and I was wondering if anyone had any book recommendations regarding these subjects. I have read p53, the Coming of Age of Quantum Biology and The Sixth Extinction, and I rather like the style of p53's writing (ie working its way through the history of the protein), and the content of the Quantum Biology one (it goes into the chemistry of biology (well, technically the physics of the chemistry of the biology).

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'Bad Science' (Ben Goldacre) is always a good one. It isn't so much to do with biology as with the methodology behind pharmaceutical experiments etc. It's interesting, but long-winded. Even so, it's worth reading.

There's always the Richard Dawkins books, but I haven't read them so I think I'll need to give those a shot in the future.
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(Original post by veni_vidi_vasi)
'Bad Science' (Ben Goldacre) is always a good one. It isn't so much to do with biology as with the methodology behind pharmaceutical experiments etc. It's interesting, but long-winded. Even so, it's worth reading.

There's always the Richard Dawkins books, but I haven't read them so I think I'll need to give those a shot in the future.
Thanks for the suggestion! I think I saw Bad Science in the library recently, might get it out.
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