Neil P. Ruzic
Former Member of the National Space Society Board of Governors
The late Neil Ruzic was the
founder and publisher of several worldwide scientific magazines, including Industrial Research and Oceanology International, as well as the
author of over 250 articles and 10 books. Several of these books serve as
bridges between various science disciplines and laymen, including The
Case For Going To The Moon and Where the Winds Sleep (a future history
of the colonization of the Moon for science). He also wrote books
for teenagers to interest them in following scientific careers.
His novel, The Shallow Sea, was set on the island
in the Bahamas that he developed as a center for mariculture, wind and
solar energy, and drugs from the sea research.