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Matthieu Miossec

Doctoral Student - Genetic Medecine (Congenital Heart Disease),

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What book would you recommend to your fellow TEDsters?

In many of the conversations that have taken place here, people have brought up the titles of books that they have found very insightful, if not life-changing, in the context of these conversations. Here is an excuse to bring up your favourite books outside of context. So which book or books would you recommend to your fellow TEDsters?

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Closing Statement from Matthieu Miossec

A lot of great books, everybody should have a look at the list.

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    Jun 30 2011: A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson is fantastic for all those who are environmentally inclined and like humor in their literature
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      Jun 30 2011: I read another book by Bill Bryson called "A short history of nearly everything". He's the chancellor of Durham so he gave my graduation speech last year. Good man.
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        Jun 30 2011: Oh, that's another good one by him -- especially if you haven't been exposed to the topics included (chemistry, quantum mechanics, etc).
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          Jul 1 2011: Ye I really liked that one too. I'll check out some of his others.
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      Jul 1 2011: Great travel book by a gifted travel writer. read his others: "Sunburned Country" (Australia) "The Mother Tongue" (A short history of the English Language).

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