384 pages, 2016
science & nature1064 books
I am a business school graduate. Despite completing a degree in business, I never enrolled in many science courses. Although I became interested in a number of scientific topics during my time in college—including artificial intelligence and renewable energy—I was fascinated to learn about genetics for the first time while reading Evolving Ourselves.
Enriquez and Gullans make complex issues easily accessible to the general reader. The power of genetics truly surprised me. All those science fiction books and movies over the years might carry a possibility that is both scary and exciting.
If you want to learn more about the next stage in human evolution or what life could look like 100 years from now, grab a copy of Evolving Ourselves.