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Even if you first haul yourself off the couch at 70, increased physical activity improves executive function. Owner Lisa Stefanacci has a doctorate degree in neurobiology and her first career was in research at the Salk Institute.
She's built a rich selection of books, probably the best outside a university bookstore, about science and technology, and she's seeing the response from customers.“Booksellers have underestimated the public's hunger for science,” she says.
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Since Longitude took off, we've seen successfully selling books like A Perfect Red, the history of cochineal, the vivid red dye made from a tiny insect that dazzled 16th-century Europe and bankrolled the Spanish empire; Proust Was a Neuroscientist, in which Joshua Lehrer shows how writers, painters, a composer and a chef discovered essential truths about the mind that contemporary neuroscience is now catching up to; and the ever-popular The Botany of Desire, in which Michael Pollan explores apples, roses, potatoes and marijuana and seeks to understand how plants respond to our desires and shape our behaviors.
Le Vay is a neuroscientist, formerly at the Salk Institute, best known for his discovery of a structural difference between the brains of straight men and gay men.
He's also a first-rate storyteller, and his accounts of science and scientists gone spectacularly wrong are page-turners. Drug Enforcement Administration still presents the now-disavowed finding as fact on its website, check it out for yourself at
Now on to some of 2008's kinky, entertaining science-for-sale at a bookstore near you: Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex is Mary Roach's account of recent sex research that answers such urgent contemporary questions as whether other primates have orgasms.
Roach has been called the funniest science writer in America, and Bonk delivers.
Author Dava Sobel and her publisher were shocked to see a book about a 200-year-old piece of scientific problem-solving rocket to best-seller status.