Samuel R. Delany:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Samuel R. Delany (b. 1942) is an American science fiction author. He published his first novel at 20; his influential works include Babel-17 and The Einstein Intersection. He currently serves as a professor of English at the University of Buffalo.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Antigravity Globe Arena

Babel-17 (1966)

Babel-17 - words are telling

Babel-17 (1966)

Decorative Implant - gadget surgery

Babel-17 (1966)


Babel-17 (1966)

Discorporate Sector

Babel-17 (1966)

Filing Crystal

Babel-17 (1966)

Morgue (Recall Stage)

Babel-17 (1966)


Babel-17 (1966)

Tensile Memory Polarized Matter

Babel-17 (1966)

Transparent Platisplasm Cage

Babel-17 (1966)

TW-55 Spy

Babel-17 (1966)


Babel-17 (1966)

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