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In How We Live and Why We Die: the secret lives of cells, distinguished biologist Lewis Wolpert explains how cells provide the answers to fundamental questions about our lives.
Lewis Wolpert is a distinguished developmental biologist and an accomplished broadcaster. He is Emeritus Professor of Biology as Applied to Medicine at University College, London. A CBE and a Fellow of the Royal Society, he was chairman of the Committee on the Public Understanding of Science for four years. He is the author of, among others, The Unnatural Nature of Science, Malignant Sadness and Six Impossible Things before Breakfast.
'The secret lives of cells' shouldn't be kept a secret, and Wolpert makes a good start at breaking the silence. . . . Impressively up to date.--Helen Pickersgill