The Cell: Discovering the Microscopic World that Determines Our Health, Our Consciousness, and Our Future 1st Edition, Kindle Edition

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“Beautifully written, inspiring philosophical prose presenting a delightful muse on the microscopic world that matters more than we ever before imagined.”
—Spencer Shorte, PhD, group leader and director of the Imagopole resource at the Institut Pasteur in Paris

“A bird's-eye view of the amazing edifice upon which life was built, the cell. Joshua Z. Rappoport gives a brilliant account of how it works, how humans discovered it, and the consequences for life on earth.”
—Steve Busby, FRS, University of Birmingham UK

“Nicely conveys the historical background behind classical benchmarks in cell biology, and the excitement of recent advances in visualizing the inner workings of our cells.”
—Mark Pallen, MD, PhD, author of The Rough Guide to Evolution and professor of Microbial Genomics at Warwick Medical School

About the Author

Joshua Z. Rappoport, PhD, is currently the director of the Center for Advanced Microscopy and Nikon Imaging Center at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and a faculty member in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology. He lives in Chicago with his wife Ema, a neuroscientist, and their dog Kris.

Barry Abrams has narrated and produced audiobooks for a variety of publishers. Since 2012, he has also hosted and produced ESPN's In the Gate podcast. Based in Danbury, Connecticut, Barry engineers and calls live webcasts of his son's ice hockey games.

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