I wrote this essay for the Princeton University Press “Ideas” site as a stand-alone piece connected to my new pop-science biophysics book. It appeared yesterday, and I’m posting it here as well (with permission). DNA is stuff: physical, tangible, material. We all know this; we can even picture in our minds its famous double helical … Continue reading The Physicality of Life
June 21-28, 2022: 50% off at Princeton University Press! Descriptions of my general-audience book on biophysics are scattered across multiple blog posts, in some cases with outdated information like old versions of the title. Since it’s useful to have one definitive post to point to, here it is. So Simple a Beginning: How Four Physical … Continue reading “So Simple A Beginning,” A Popular Science Book about Biophysics
I’ve hit “send” on the final manuscript files for my popular science book on biophysics. The last round of revisions and edits took all the time I could spare over the past three months, and lots of time that I couldn’t! I should write a new, up to date summary of the book, but this … Continue reading Pop-Science Biophysics, now with a title!