Sex, Love and DNA: What Molecular Biology Teaches Us About Being Human
Peter Schattner, "Sex, Love and DNA: What Molecular Biology Teaches Us About Being Human"
ISBN: 0991422538, 0991422511 | 2014 | EPUB | 382 pages | 1 MB
"Winner - Best General Non-fiction Book" - 2015 Great Southeast Book Festival
"Winner - Best Science Book" - Foreword Reviews' 2014 Indiefab Book of the Year Awards
"Winner - Best Education Book" - 2015 Indie Excellence Book Awards for Small & Independent Presses
"Finalist - Best General Non-fiction Book" - 2015 Los Angeles Book Festival
"A fantastic job of communicating complex subjects in a way the layperson can understand and connect with." - Shelf Unbound Contest for Best Independently Published Book of 2014 (one of five finalists out of 1000 entries)
Can 21st-century molecular biology answer age-old questions about the human experience? Can studying proteins and DNA help us understand how we make our choices in sex and love? How we communicate? Where our emotions come from? Or why we age and die?
In this fascinating journey into the biology of cells, scientist and educator Peter Schattner explains how proteins and DNA affect our lives. "Sex Love and DNA" explores the amazing world of molecular biology through stories of people who don't feel pain because of rare genetic variants, children whose DNA enables them to perform unusual feats of strength, and people who can't speak or read simply because they lack certain proteins. Written in language that anyone can understand, "Sex Love and DNA" will show you how science is revolutionizing our understanding of what it means to be human.
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