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Andy Weir: The Martian – for your reading pleasure

I galloped through this book in two days, ignoring my own pressing work and letting the family sort itself out because I couldn’t put it down. I’m sure everyone has heard the plot by now: astronaut, Mark Watney, left behind … Continue reading

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Science for Fiction 2019

Science For Fiction is an annual event organised by Dr. David Clements at Imperial College, London. It’s a series of lectures by scientists at the cutting edge of their field, specifically aimed at writers. (Unsurprisingly a load of Science Fiction … Continue reading

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Science for Fiction Writers

Last week, in the hottest July on record I trudged to London to take part in ‘Science for Fiction Writers’ at Imperial College, a series of guest lectures given by the top scientists in their field on cutting edge science … Continue reading

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