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International panel of scientists, writers, academics and communicators to speak at two-day UCI conference on climate change

UCI associate professor of history, who will focus on India; Gabrielle Hecht, Frank Stanton Foundation Professor of Nuclear Security at Stanford University, who will focus on Africa; and Tun Myint, as... read more

Winter Books: The Beatles, Ellington and ‘the Magic of Collaboration' and Other Great Reads

These writers provide case ... Emeritus of Christian History at Duke Divinity School, reveals the tragic side of the influential 19th-century theologian. Michael D. Ward, co-author: “Maximum Likelihoo... read more

The secret history of science fiction's women writers: The Future is Female!

Eminent science fiction scholar Lisa Yaszek (Georgia Tech Professor of Science Fiction in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication) has edited "The Future Is Female! 25 Classic Science Ficti... read more

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On the Origin of Science Writers

This was the origin of this thread of origins. I will be asking science writers around the world to do what they do best – tell a story – about the thing they know best – themselves. This will be a pe... read more

The 8 Best Defensive Forwards in Hockey History

To pay homage to the goal prevented over the goal scored, I present for your approval, the elite eight of greatest defensive forwards in hockey history ... note because the authors of the book ... read more

Tips: Ed Yong's On The Origin Of Science Writers

But worry no more as Ed Yong and 150 other science writers come to the rescue. In On the Origin of Science Writers, Ed asks science writers who have experience in the field, two questions: How did you ... read more

From apricots to Apple: Keith Spencer on the "People's History of Silicon Valley

As he described in our conversation, much of the motivation for writing “A People’s History of Silicon Valley” was rooted in his own interest in science and technology, and the ways they interact with ... read more

Blue Origin to Launch 10th New Shepard Test Flight Monday

Blue Origin's New Shepard suborbital spaceflight system will ... His book about the search for alien life, "Out There," was published on Nov. 13, 2018. Before becoming a science writer, Michael worked ... read more

Author flips script on typical Western genre

In writing the story ... where she is a member of a faculty research cluster in science fiction. Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, March 14 – Miller is the executive editor of ORIGIN Magazine and is a co... read more

James Burke's Web of Knowledge

James Burke has spent his career as a broadcaster and writer in the field of science and technology 'joining up the ... revealing how the most unexpected connections can be made across history. What h... read more

Nate Silver’s New Science Writer Ignores The Data On Climate Science

with a controversial figure covering science issues. Silver has brought on Roger Pielke, Jr., a professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, as a contributing writer — a p... read more

Science fiction writers on the future of work: Laurie Penny, Ken Liu, Charlie Jane Anders, Nisi Shawl, Martha Wells and others

But charts and white papers only capture so much. Facts need feelings, and for that we turn to science fiction. Its authors are our most humane, necessary futurists, imagining not just what the future ... read more

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