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What's Next?: Even Scientists Can't Predict the Future - or Can They? (Paperback)
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What's Next?: Even Scientists Can't Predict the Future - or Can They? (Paperback)

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Thought the science of the future was all hoverboards and space travel? Think again.

Every day, scientists come up with the ingenious solutions and surprising discoveries that will define our future. So here, Jim Al-Khalili and his crack team of experts bin the crystal ball and use cutting-edge science to get a glimpse of what's in store.

From whether teleportation is really possible (spoiler: it is), to what we'll do if artificial intelligence takes over, What's Next? takes on the big questions. And along the way, it'll answer questions like will we find a cure to all diseases?

An answer to climate change? Will bionics make us into superheroes?

Touching on everything from genetics to transport, and nanotechnology to teleportation, What's Next? is a fascinating, fun and informative look at what's in store for the human race.

Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781781258958
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 251 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 18 mm


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Accessible and fun ... an utterly fascinating glimpse into all our potential futures -- Doug Johnstone * Big Issue *

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“Can scientists predict the future?”

This is a fascinating collection of essays from some of the top scientists and experts in their fields. Covering subjects as diverse as climate change, the future of medicine, AI and teleportation, I particularly... More

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14th February 2018
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