About Science Book A Day

Science Book a Day is a project put together by George Aranda who often goes by the name PopSciGuy. I run a science book club in Melbourne, Australia and hope to run one online soon.

My aim is to engage people in science via books and for them to bring their own ideas and experiences to science. To me, science isn’t about being told by scientists that “this is science” but for people to build an understanding and engagement with science in their own way.

Contact George

This project is also on:

Some kind words:

Just wanted to say, until yesterday I wasn’t aware of your great little blog. I was so impressed I put it on Facebook and it proved popular with my science-type friends – and just in time for Christmas. Keep up the excellent work. – JL

I’ve gotten some nice feedback from the piece you did on The Man Who Loved Only Numbers–so thank you! – From Paul Hoffman, author of The Man Who Loved Only Numbers: The Story of Paul Erdos and the Search for Mathematical Truth

Thank you.  I really love your blog and have been recommending and linking to it–lots of books I didn’t know about. – From Christoph Irmscher, author of Louis Agassiz: Creator of American Science

Your work is really terrific. The Web needs advocates for science books!!! – MC, writer and editor from New York

I love your blog! – Steve Jenkins, author & illustrator of Sisters & Brothers: Sibling Relationships in the Animal World

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– Diane Fresquez, author of A Taste of Molecules: In Search of the Secrets of Flavor

Annual Reports

2013 Science Book a Day Annual Report
2014 Science Book a Day Annual Report
Science Book a Day 2015 Annual Report

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