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Meet the author of The Soul of a New Machine at Google's New York City headquarters.
This August, the SciFri Book Club reads Tracy Kidder’s love letter to computer engineers, "The Soul of a New Machine." Here’s how to participate.
An excerpt from The Soul of a New Machine, by Tracy Kidder.
The Lost City of Z author David Grann answers questions from SciFri Book Club readers.
The SciFri Book Club calls its first in-person meeting to order, at New York City's Explorers Club.
Journey into the Amazonian jungle with David Grann's The Lost City of Z.
Help the SciFri Book Club pick its next book.
The fourth and final discussion question for this summer's SciFri Book Club selection, Dune.
Record yourself reading your favorite quote from "Dune," and share it with SciFri.
The third discussion question for this summer's SciFri Book Club selection, Dune.
Sci-fi author Kim Stanley Robinson and astrobiologist and theoretical physicist Sara Imari Walker talk about returning to Frank Herbert’s Dune Planet.
Ecologist Ned Dochtermann explains why the kangaroo mouse makes a perfect namesake for Dune’s hero, Paul Muad’Dib.
The second discussion question for this summer's SciFri Book Club selection, Dune.
John Schoenherr's extraterrestrial illustrations piqued the curiosity of a well-known science journalist: Carl Zimmer.
The first discussion question for this summer's SciFri Book Club selection, Dune.
This summer’s pick is a bona fide science fiction classic: Frank Herbert’s ecological epic Dune.
Get ready to trail along with writer Bill Bryson.
Dian Fossey's memoir of her work with the gorillas is next on our reading list.
Here are some ideas to get the conversation started.
The Michael Crichton classic tops the reading list.
The Tom Wolfe classic is on the reading list this month.
Today the SciFri Book Club will talk about Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard P. Feynman's book "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman." What did you think of the book?
Here's what we're "falling" for this month.
Hi SciFri Book Club members! We want to hear what you thought of the book.
Just as Euclid’s plane is embedded in the surrounding richness of three-dimensional space, so Flatland is embedded in rich veins of history and science.
Here's what we're reading...
The Science Friday Book Club will meet again on September 21, 2012. We’ve decided to tackle another classic this month, but we need your help making our final selection.
'Monkey Mind' is the Science Friday Book Club's August pick.
A new memoir about anxiety is our next pick.
The Science Friday Book Club met for the first time last week to talk about Rachel Carson’s classic book, "Silent Spring." If you missed the show (or you’re eager for more book talk) we've compiled some tweets and comments from listeners, along with some links we like.
A look at the Rachel Carson classic, 50 years later.
It's time to head out to the library or your favorite book store and pick up a copy of Silent Spring by Rachel Carson.
Not all beach reads are spy novels or space operas. Science Friday is hosting a science book club, and our fans recommended these science-related books. Have suggestions? Leave them in the comments.
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