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Science magazine seeking summer reading suggestions from Cambridge Neuroscientists

The magazine Science invites Cambridge Neuroscientists (particularly grad students and post docs) to suggest a thought-provoking or memorable book that Science's readers might enjoy while on vacation, at the beach, or on a long flight.

Science are seeking titles that have some link (however tenuous) to science, but they can be either nonfiction or fiction.   We hope that most suggestions will be from recent years, but we will not rule out older classics.  Although we will be biased in favor of titles that we failed to previously cover in our pages, we won't exclude such books. 

Besides the titles themselves, Science would like a two to four sentence description/explanation of why you recommend the book. For the titles that we include in the piece, we will edit those lines for publication (and credit them).  And if they have a recommendation but believe it deserves something more than 50 to 100 words, Science would be happy to discuss the possibility of a 500 to 800 word review.

Please contact Sherman Suter, Ph.D. Book Reviews Editor for Science at ssuter@aaas.org for more information.

Posted on 25/03/2009

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