FEATURING - Nature’s Gifts: why we are the way we are by Wilmot James
Posted on February 11, 2019
The Special Collections Book of the Week is:
Nature’s Gifts: why we are the way we are by Wilmot James
With examples from Africa, especially South Africa, Wilmot James draws on established biological science to tell some compelling stories about the genome, why we have different skin colours, how blood tells a special story of human history, why the brain likes music, how smell works, the nature of rock art, why kids love bugs and the teaching of evolution. The book is based on the fact that there is one unified science with extraordinary powers of interpretation.
Catalogue Access: https://UnivofPretoria.on.worldcat.org/oclc/642848015
This book is available at Special Collections, housed on level 5 of the Merensky 2 Library, and is part of our Tukkiana (TUK) Collection.
The Special Collections unit of the Department of Library Services plays a stewardship role in the acquisition and preservation of the Library's rare and valuable information resources, making them accessible to students, staff and researchers, as well as safeguarding them for future generations.
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