In A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth, winner of the Royal Society Science Book Prize, Dr Henry Gee zips through the last 4.6 billion years with infectious enthusiasm and intellectual rigour. Drawing on the very latest scientific understanding and writing in a clear, accessible style, he tells an enlightening tale of survival and persistence that illuminates the delicate balance within which life has always existed.
This event is in partnership with The Royal Society and hosted by the Northern Ireland Science Festival.
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