New Resource: Curiosity Collection

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New Book Collection

Ever wondered how computer algorithms and AI are changing our lives? Or perhaps you’ve got your eye on a future trip to Mars? Maybe you’d like to peep into the world of quantum mechanics or see the world from an ant’s perspective over your lunch break? Find the funnier side of mathematics (there really is one!)? If you’re intrigued by science in all its variety, this collection is for you!

What is it?

The Curiosity Collection showcases entertaining, informative and topical scientific writing and science journalism. You’ll find books on themes such as climate change, artificial intelligence, and women in STEM. There is also a range of beautifully illustrated books with inspiring images of the natural world.

Photograph of a selection of books, in a bookcase, with a sign reading "Curiosity Collection".

Who is this for? 

This collection is for anybody with an interest in science and technology, particularly if you would like an accessible introduction to a new topic or would just like to feed your curiosity on an exciting area of science!

How can I access it? 

You’ll find the Curiosity Collection in the Breakout Space in the basement of the Radcliffe Science Library. It is available during library opening hours. You are welcome to both browse and borrow titles from this engaging selection. To borrow items, simply take your chosen book(s) to the Enquiry desk at the library entrance on the ground floor.

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