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IEET > Contributors > Gregory Benford

Gregory Benford

Gregory Benford is an astrophysicist and science fiction writer. He is a Professor of Physics at the University of California, Irvine. His fiction has won many awards, including a Nebula Award for his novel Timescape.


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"Last Things: Cold Comfort in the Far Future"   gregorybenford.com  Sep 30, 2014

"An Interview with: Professor George Slusser – Eaton science fiction collection’s Curator"   Gregory Benford  Aug 10, 2014

"A scientist-author at the heart of hard science fiction"   gregorybenford.com  Feb 20, 2014

"Verne to Varley: Hard SF Evolves"   GREGORY BENFORD   Oct 18, 2013

"Rats in a Spherical Box: Looking to the Skies"   Ethical Technology  Jan 24, 2013

"Beautiful, Unreasonable Mathematics"   Ethical Technology  Jan 17, 2013

"Evil and Me"   50 Voices of Disbelief  Nov 22, 2009


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