Ig Nobel Prizes
The Ig Nobel Prizes honor the most absurd-sounding avenues of research. These are physically handed out every September, in a gala ceremony in Harvard's Sanders Theatre, by genuinely bemused genuine Nobel Laureates.
"Genome: The autobiography of a species in 23 chapters", a popular science book by Matt Ridley about the human genome, the collective recipe for the building and running of the human body.
Feynman lectures on Physics
"Feynman Lectures on Physics", a popular physics textbook based on a series of lectures by Richard Feynman to undergraduate students at the California Institute of Technology during 1961-1963.
The Greatest Show on Earth
Notes from the book "The greatest show on Earth: The evidence for evolution" by Richard Dawkins.
A short history of nearly anything

Excerpts from the book “A short history of nearly anything” by Bill Bryson.