Ed Regis (author)
Edward Regis, Jr (born 1944) — known as Ed Regis — is an American philosopher, educator and author. He specializes in books and articles about science, philosophy and intelligence. His topics have included nanotechnology, transhumanism and biological warfare. His articles have appeared in several scientific magazines, including Scientific American, Harper's Magazine, Wired, Discover, The New York Times, Journal of Philosophy, Ethics and the American Philosophical Quarterly.
- Gewirth's Ethical Rationalism: Critical Essays, with a Reply by Alan Gewirth (1984); University of Chicago Press, ISBN 0-226-70691-5
- Extraterrestrials: Science and Alien Intelligence (1987), Cambridge University Press
- Who Got Einstein's Office?: Eccentricity and Genius at the Institute for Advanced Study (1987); Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-12065-8
- Great Mambo Chicken And The Transhuman Condition: Science Slightly Over The Edge (1990); Perseus Books, ISBN 0-201-09258-1
- Virus Ground Zero: Stalking the Killer Viruses with the Centers for Disease Control (1996); Pocket Books
- Nano!: The True Story of Nanotechnology - the Astonishing New Science That Will Transform the World (1997); Bantam Books, London
- The Biology of Doom: America's Secret Germ Warfare Project (1999); Henry Holt & Co., ISBN 0-8050-5765-X
- The Info Mesa: Science, Business, and New Age Alchemy on the Santa Fe Plateau (2003); New York: W. W. Norton
- What is Life? Investigating the Nature of Life in the Age of Synthetic Biology (2008); Farrar, Straus and Giroux, ISBN 978-0-374-28851-8 (discusses attempts to create an artificial living cell)
- Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves (2012), with George M. Church; Basic Books ISBN 978-0-465-02175-8
- "The Author", Scientific American, 300, 3 (March 2009), p. 42
- Tucker, Jonathan B. (Winter 1999). "Review: The Biology of Doom by Ed Regis". Issues in Science and Technology.
- Gottlieb, Scott (11 Oct. 2012). "Review: Regenesis by George Church and Ed Regis". Wall Street Journal.
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