27 May 2016
The Science Factory is moving to a new website. Although some of the information on this current site is now out of date, we'll be launching the new one soon. So thanks for bearing with us and do please watch this space for more information.
9 October 2015
Frankfurt Book Fair 2015
The Science Factory's rights list for the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 can now be viewed as an electronic edition by clicking here. To print the rights list or store it on your computer, you will need to register with Issuu at http://issuu.com.
3 June 2015
Matthew Cobb on LA Times List
We are delighted to report that Matthew Cobb's LIFE'S GREATEST SECRET is one of the Los Angeles Times's recommended summer reads. The book tells the previously untold story of the scientists who discovered the genetic code, forever changing the face of science as we know it. Described as ‘a bloody brilliant book’ by Brian Cox and 'the logical sequel to Jim Watson's The Double Helix' by Jerry Coyne, it is published in June by Profile in the UK and by BasicBooks in the US in July.
10 April 2015
London Book Fair 2015
The Science Factory's rights list for the London Book Fair 2015 can now be viewed as an electronic edition by clicking here. To print the rights list or store it on your computer, you will need to register with Issuu at http://issuu.com.
The fair runs from 14 to 16 April and Peter will be there representing our authors and projects at table 12o in the International Rights Centre. As usual, we will be working closely with Louisa Pritchard (table 11o), who handles translation rights on behalf of Science Factory titles for all territories excluding Japan (English Agency) and Korea (Duran Kim).
Among the various books that we will be pitching are new titles on how to be a Stoic, the different ways and circumstances in which people use more than one language, the truth about brain training, and how nature is fighting back on a human-dominated planet.
24 November 2014
Stuff Matters wins Royal Society's 2014 Winton Prize for Science Books
Our congratulations to Mark Miodownik, whose book STUFF MATTERS has won the 2014 Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books. Published by Viking in the UK and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in the US, the book takes the reader on a lively and engaging exploration of some of the myriad materials that shape the modern world. See this Guardian article for the full story.
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