Freelance science writer
Zeeya Merali has written articles across a range of scientific subjects for Scientific American, Nature, New Scientist, and Discover. A freelance journalist and author, she has published two textbooks in collaboration with National Geographic and is now working on her first popular physics book. Her documentary, Aperture Fever, about amateur astronomy, was broadcast on The History Channel, UK, in 2008. She has also worked on the forthcoming Nova television series "The Fabric of the Cosmos". Merali received a first-class degree and Master’s in natural sciences from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in cosmology from Brown University.
Read the abstract of the paper Ms. Merali presented for STI's Is Science Compatible with Our Desire for Freedom? experts meeting.
View his presentation.
Related articles by Zeeya Merali on Free Will and Quantum Mechanics:
- Free Will –– You Only Think You Have It New Scientist magazine, May 4, 2006
- Free Will –– Is Our Understanding Wrong New Scientist magazine, August 1, 2007
- Back From the Future: Does the universe have a destiny— and could the laws of physics be pulling us inexorably toward our prewritten fate? Discover magazine, April, 2010
- A Truth Test for Randomness Nature News, April 14, 2010
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