Bookshots: 'The Wanderers' by Meg Howrey

Bookshots: 'The Wanderers' by Meg Howrey

Review by Stephanie Bonjack
An Elon Musk-like CEO forms a dream team of astronauts to send to Mars.

Writing the Crime Scene: Poison

Column by Repo Kempt
A guide to research and writing when killing your characters with poison.

10 Beautiful Science Books

Column by Leah Dearborn May 13, 2016 (1) comments
It takes a special kind of genius to explain some of the most complex subjects known to man, in a manner that's both accurate and linguistically elegant.
Isaac Newton: Physicist, Mathematician, and … Alchemist?

Isaac Newton: Physicist, Mathematician, and … Alchemist?

News by Raine Winters April 11, 2016 (1) comments
A lost manuscript details the father of physic’s fascination with “chymistry.”
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Bookshots: 'Population Wars: A New Perspective on Competition and Coexistence' by Greg Graffin

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Punk rock professor Greg Graffin, lead singer of Bad Religion, challenges the modern narrative of war with SCIENCE!
5 Remembrances Of Oliver Sacks

5 Remembrances Of Oliver Sacks

News by Peter Derk
Oliver Sacks passed away this weekend. Here are 5 small remembrances for the author, scientist, and hunk of man.
‘Drinkable’ Book Filters Water

‘Drinkable’ Book Filters Water

News by Raine Winters
The new technology may help communities in developing countries without access to clean drinking water.
Font Of Knowledge: The Einstein Font

Font Of Knowledge: The Einstein Font

News by Peter Derk
New Einstein font lets you write with...RELATIVE genius.
Author Sends Book to Space

Author Sends Book to Space

News by Raine Winters
Reading is about to go galaxy-wide!

14 Reasons We Love List Articles

Column by Robbie Blair
The "list article" is now omnipresent. Why do we write these articles so often? Why do people seem to prefer them to non-list articles? This article explores those questions.

It's Made of SCIENCE: Cloning

Column by Nathan Scalia
Everything you need to know about cloning, genetic modification, and SCIENCE!

On Weed: Should Writers Write While High?

Column by Peter Derk September 12, 2014 (10) comments
Does weed help the writing process? Let's find out.

Fiction Shmiction: The Science of Stories and Unconscious Beliefs

Column by Robbie Blair June 9, 2014 (7) comments
The stories we witness shape our unconscious beliefs about the world around us. This article gives scientific backup for how.

The Master of Hard Sci-Fi: A Larry Niven Primer

Column by Daniel Hope June 4, 2014 (2) comments
Larry Niven got science all up in our science fiction. And he was good at it, too.

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Lasers And Energy Weapons

Column by Nathan Scalia May 15, 2014 (3) comments
Everything you need to know about lasers, energy weapons, and SCIENCE!

Fiction Shmiction: How Writing Creates the World

Column by Robbie Blair May 7, 2014 (8) comments
Fiction doesn't excuse a work from poor arguments and misrepresentation of people, groups, beliefs, or ideas. After all, fiction creates the world.

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Love And Attraction

Column by Nathan Scalia April 18, 2014 (3) comments
Everything you need to know about attraction, love, and SCIENCE!

How Stress Assassinates Creativity

Column by Robbie Blair April 10, 2014 (5) comments
A look at the ways stress interferes with creativity, including some studies on how creativity and effectiveness improve when we enter non-stressed states.

It's Made Of SCIENCE: The Vacuum Of Space

Column by Nathan Scalia March 26, 2014 (3) comments
Everything you need to know about the vacuum of space, its effects on the human body, and SCIENCE!

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Guns And Bullet Ballistics

Column by Nathan Scalia February 21, 2014 (12) comments
Everything you need to know about firearms, the physics of bullets, and SCIENCE!

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Aliens

Column by Nathan Scalia January 15, 2014 (5) comments
Everything you need to know about aliens, the biological definition of life, and SCIENCE!
Isaac Asimov

Looking Back At Isaac Asimov's 2014 Predictions

News by Nathan Scalia January 6, 2014 (1) comments
In 1964, science fiction author Isaac Asimov made a few predictions about what the world would look like fifty years later. Did he get it right?

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Evolution

Column by Nathan Scalia December 11, 2013 (7) comments
Everything you need to know about evolution, natural selection, and SCIENCE!
Kira Radinsky

Use The News To Peruse The Future

News by Nathan Scalia
Israeli computer prodigy Kira Radinsky can analyze past headlines of the New York Times and predict the future with incredible accuracy.

It's Made Of SCIENCE: Zombies

Column by Nathan Scalia October 28, 2013 (7) comments
What you need to know about zombies, infections, and SCIENCE.