Everything you need to know, one book at a time.
There are 40,000 genes in every cell of your body. Together, they carry all the instructions needed to make you. Nobody else has exactly the same genes as you do: you are completely unique.
Based on up-to-the-minute science, The Gene explores how these tiny tangles of DNA build and operate all living things. See what genes can reveal about you, and find out how today’s scientists ‘edit’ genes. Will these breakthroughs help or harm our future?
Grow your knowledge of genes, with the EXPLODAPEDIA.
About the author
Dr Ben Martynoga is a neuroscientist and science writer. After more than a decade at the forefront of brain research, he swapped his white coat for a pen. Always working to open up the hard science and find a compelling angle, he publishes books, chapters, blogs, videos and podcasts. His work appears in the Guardian, New Statesman, i newspaper, Financial Times and beyond. He lives, works, wanders and wonders in the Lake District.
|Author: Ben Martynoga||Format: Paperback|
|Illustrator: Moose Allain||Publisher: David Fickling Books|