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Isaac Asimov
   won the Nebula Award with   
The Gods Themselves
1972 Nebula award winner
Isaac Asimov
   won the Hugo Award with   
The Mule
Part of the Foundation series. 1946 Hugo Award winner, though actually awarded in 1996.
Isaac Asimov
   won the Hugo Award with   
Foundation's Edge
1983 Hugo Award winner
1950
   was the year   
Isaac Asimov Published I, Robot
Written by Russian-born Isaac Asimov.
Isaac Asimov
   lifespan was   
1920-1992
Russian-born American writer of science fiction and popular science
Isaac Asimov
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Bicentiennal Man (1999)
Based on the 1993 book 'The Positronic Man'
Isaac Asimov
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
I, Robot (2004)
Based on the 1950 book
Isaac Asimov
   was born in   
Petrovichi, Russia
1920-1992. Biochemist. Author and editor of science fiction and non fiction, he published more than 400 books
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"I Do Not Fear Computers. I Fear the Lack of Them"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"I Write for the Same Reason I Breathe – Because if I Didn’t, I Would Die"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"If Knowledge Can Create Problems, It is Not Through Ignorance That We Can Solve Them"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"Life is Pleasant. Death is Peaceful. It’s the Transition That’s Troublesome"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"Part of the Inhumanity of the Computer is That Once It is Competently Programmed and Working Smoothly, It is Completely Honest"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"Violence is the Last Refuge of the Incompetent"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   said   
"It Pays to Be Obvious, Especially if You Have a Reputation for Subtlety"
Russian-born American biochemist and writer
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
The Bicentennial Man
Hugo and Nebula Awards. Novella.
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
The Gods Themselves
1972. It won the Nebula Award & the Hugo Award for Best Novel.
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Foundation's Edge
1982. Hugo Award. Locus Award. Foundation series. Asimov also won the Best All-time Novel Series Hugo Award for the Foundation series.
Isaac Asimov
   created the character   
Dr. Susan Calvin
I, Robot
The Proper Study by Isaac Asimov
   was titled from the literary source   
An Essay on Man
Alexander Pope
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Foundation's Edge
1983
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
The Gods Themselves
1973
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Robots and Empire
1985. Part of Asimov's Robot series.
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Pebbles in the Sky
1950. His first novel. Part of the Galactic Empire Series
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Foundation
1951 The first book in Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy (later expanded into The Foundation Series).
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
The Secret of the Universe
22nd collection of science essays, 1991
Isaac Asimov
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Bicentiennal Man (1999)
Based on the 1993 book 'The Positronic Man'
Isaac Asimov
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
I, Robot (2004)
Based on the 1950 book
Isaac Asimov, Arthur Ashe, Rudolph Nureyev
   are all   
Notable HIV Positive People
Along with Magic Johnson, Herb Ritts, Alvin Ailey and Robert Mapplethorpe






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