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Joachim  Bauer - How We Become <br><br>Who We Are

Joachim Bauer

How We Become

Who We Are

The formation of human self through resonance

Recent neuroscientific research indicates that human beings are born without a self. But how do we develop this "self", this "me" that can later define itself as distinct from...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Science & Medicine
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Sebastian  Berger - Brilliant Baby Brains

Sebastian Berger

Brilliant Baby Brains

How babies explore the world and what we can learn from them

Babies truly are miracles in learning: Sebastian Berger introduces us to the fascinating world of early infant learning, describes the development in the brain areas that enable...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Science & Medicine
 
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Dr. Reinhard  Friedl, Shirley Michaela  Seul - The Beat of Life

Dr. Reinhard Friedl, Shirley Michaela Seul

The Beat of Life

Why the heart is our most important sensory organ

It has been examined down to its tiniest of tiny parts. It conveys 9,000 litres of blood every day and in the process beats around a hundred thousand times. It never stands still,...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Bas  Kast - The Diet Compass – <br><br>The Cookbook

Bas Kast

The Diet Compass –

The Cookbook

111 recipes for healthy indulgence

With The Diet Compass science journalist Bas Kast stormed the bestseller lists. On the basis of countless studies focussing on food and eating, Bas Kast has demonstrated...

Date of publication
February 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Harald  Lesch - What Has the Universe Got to Do with Me?

Harald Lesch

What Has the Universe Got to Do with Me?

Something new from the edge of the identifiable world

In his unusual basic course, Harald Lesch scientifically and vividly explains facts of astronomy and their significance for our lives – and he does so in such a way that everyone...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Oliver  Müller - Aging. Dying. Death

Oliver Müller

Aging. Dying. Death

A scientific view on human mortality

They catch up with every one of us. Without fail. Nobody can give them the slip, the Great Three of mortality – age, dying and death. But who are they, this Trio Infernale? What...

Date of publication
February 2019

  • Science & Medicine
 
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Dominik  Nischwitz - The World of the Mouth

Dominik Nischwitz

The World of the Mouth

Biological dentistry – Our teeth and their importance for the health of the rest of the body

Our mouths are not just for smiling with, our teeth are involved in more than merely chewing, and our tongues do far more than only taste and swallow. The mouth cavity is a...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Science & Medicine
 
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Thomas  Sünder, Dr. Andreas  Borta - All Ears

Thomas Sünder, Dr. Andreas Borta

All Ears

All about our hearing and how it keeps us mentally fit

DJ Thomas Sünder had played music at more than 500 weddings – and then suffered sudden hearing loss, became deaf in his left ear and had to give up his job. This existential event...

Date of publication
February 2019

  • Science & Medicine
 
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Susanne  Thiele - On Risks and Side-Effects Please Consult Your Door Handle

Susanne Thiele

On Risks and Side-Effects Please Consult Your Door Handle

How microbes rule our lives – New and amazing facts about our versatile housemates

We cannot see them and yet we live with billions of them: microbes. They inhabit our bathrooms, cuddle up in bedrooms and in our kitchens they tuck in.

Microbiologist...

Date of publication
February 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Albrecht  Vorster - Why We Sleep

Albrecht Vorster

Why We Sleep

Why our legs sometimes can't go to sleep, snails become sharp-witted in their slumbers – and other fascinating facts about one of the obscure aspects of life

What is that strange twitching we sometimes feel as we go to sleep? Why do we snore after drinking alcohol? How can we make ourselves dream what we want to dream? And how does...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Science & Medicine
 
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