Engineer in the Garden
From the Idea of Heredity to the Creation of Life
By (author) Colin Tudge
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Engineer in the Garden by Colin Tudge
Book DescriptionToday we are developing a science that could change the world - for good or ill - more quickly and more profoundly than ever before. The science of genetics promises - or threatens - nothing less than the creation of life. Colin Tudge leads the reader gently through the deepest intricacies of genetics. He traces its history. He explores its awesome power and its current applications. And he speculates on its thrilling - or terrifying - future. He has written an essential book for anyone interested in the future of the human race.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780712661683
(234mm x 153mm x 28mm)
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Publish Date: 2-Feb-1995
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Colin Tudge
Why Genes are Not Selfish and People are Nice, Paperback (March 2013)
Argues that, contrary to many popular ideas, humans are naturally cooperative not selfish, and that the universe is more than just 'stuff' for us to use at will.
Good Food for Everyone Forever, Paperback (March 2011)
A completely fresh-and urgently needed-approach to all our food problems, both global and individual.
Year in the Life of Westonbirt, Hardback (September 2009)» View all books by Colin Tudge
A celebration of the beauty and longevity of one of the greatest tree collections in the world - The National Arboretum at Westonbirt in Gloucestershire.
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Author Biography - Colin Tudge
Science writer Colin Tudge was born on 22 April 1943 in London, and was educated at Peterhouse, Cambridge. He worked as a journalist and was features editor for New Scientist magazine between 1980 and 1984, before joining the BBC where he worked on science programmes for BBC Radio, presenting the regular programme 'Spectrum'. He is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines including The Independent, The Times, Natural History and the New Statesman. He is a former member of the Council of The Zoological Society of London and since 1995 has been a visiting Research Fellow of the Centre for Philosophy at the London School of Economics. Two of his books have been shortlisted for the COPUS/Rhone Poulence Science Book of the Year: Last Animals at the Zoo (1991) and The Engineer in the Garden (1993). The Day Before Yesterday (1995) won the B.P. Conservation Book of the Year Award. His latest book is The Secret Life of Trees (2005).
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