Science Articles for Baen Books:
- Putting the Science in Science Fiction – Dr. Tedd’s introduction: The relationship between speculative fiction and science – including scientists who write SF!
- The Neuroscience of Darkships – The science behind the scenes of Sarah A. Hoyt’s Darkship Renegades.
- On the Road to the BrainShips – Ann McCaffrey’s The Ship Who Sang inspires a look at the current science of interfacing brain and machine.
- A Terrible Thing to Lose – Zombie Science in John Ringo’s Under a Graveyard Sky.
- From “Smart Flesh” to Custom Organs – The “growing” science of tissue engineering.
- Why Science is Never Settled – The scientific method, art of peer review, science controversies and “consensus” through history. Part 1. Part 2.
- Even Fantasy Needs Science – Is magic really just sufficiently advanced technology?
- A Translunar Laboratory … Hurrah! – Why we need to build a space laboratory, what it needs to do, where it needs to be located.
- Remember to Remind Me! – How has the science and understanding of human memory changed in the 100 years since the discovery of Alzheimer’s Disease?
- Will Hollywood ever get it Right? – A look at science in the movies.
- Are We Really Just Wired Differently? – Are human memory, personality & talent just a matter of wiring?
- Homo Stellaris – Becoming the People of the Stars – What will it take for humans to adapt themselves and their environments to Interstellar travel and exploration?
- Seeing Inside Your Head: From MRI to Telepathy? Can sufficiently advance brain imaging really tell what someone is thinking?
- Fixing Broken Memory – Developing a hippocampal neural prosthetic for human memory – the story of the amazing first-of-its-kind breakthrough and the team that made it happen.
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