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Best science books of 2020 – The Guardian

Tidy bedrooms, how to deal with future pandemics, the human side to Stephen Hawking and pictures in the sand

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In one of many unexpected outcomes of 2020, the science has become big news. Politicians are claiming it, protesters are disputing it, and all of a sudden everyone is an expert on superspreader events, RNA vaccines and what happens at the bottom of an Excel spreadsheet. Its hard to know who to trust, and its more important than ever that the public has a basic understanding of what science says, so we are less likely to be deceived. Fortunately, a number of excellent writers are here to make it…

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