Well, it seems that I have enough time to catch up with my reading. A good dose of Mathematics Today, Physics World and RSA Journal 🤓
Now reading: “Life on the Edge: the coming of age of quantum biology” by Jim Al-khalili and Johnjoe McFadden.
Now reading: “She has her mother’s laugh: the powers, perversions and potential of heredity” by David Grann.
A great time being a tourist at home. Last day of March with sunshine and a spring on my step.
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