Book review of Antimony, gold, and Jupiter’s wolf. Wothers has clearly done some important research into the discovery and naming of the elements in the 17th and 18th centuries and is to be congratulated in producing not only a scholarly work, but one that will appeal to the wider public.
Book review: Zwicky. The sometimes rather sketchy coverage of the relevant science in this book is outweighed by its comprehensive and highly entertaining account of the life and times of Fritz Zwicky.
This book asserts that the origin of life is inextricably linked to cosmic chemistry and argues that the evolution of life could never have started without the decisive role played by interstellar dust grains.