The Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize 2020 Winner

It is our great pleasure to confirm Explaining Humans by Camilla Pang as the winner of the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize 2020.

 

Explaining Humans is an intelligent and charming investigation into how we understand human behaviour, while drawing on the author’s superpower of neurodivergence – but it does a lot more than that.”

Professor Anne Osbourn, Chair of Judges

 

Written by a neurodivergent biochemist as a means of understanding the world – and people – around her, Explaining Humans is a uniquely insightful dissection of what makes us human through the rigorous prism of scientific theory.

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