Jack Cohen

Jack Cohen is an internationally-renowned reproductive biologist. He worked in the Zoology Department at Birmingham University for thirty years, and later in the Warwick University Mathematics Institute for five, where he was made Honorary Professor. He has published about 120 research papers. His books include Living Embryos (Pergamon, 1963, 1967, 1980), a classic textbook that sold more than 100,000 copies; Reproduction (Butterworth, 1977); Spermatozoa: Antibodies and Infertility (Blackwell, 1978), The Privileged Ape (Parthenon, 1989); (with Ian Stewart) The Collapse of Chaos (Penguin, 1994), Figments of Reality (Cambridge University Press, 1997) and What Does a Martian Look Like (Ebury, 2002).