Isaac Asimov Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Isaac Asimov Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Professor Isaac Asimov including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Isaac Asimov
Real Name Isaac Asimov
Profession Science Fiction Writers, Biochemists
Famous as Writer, Professor
Nationality American
Religion Atheist, Humanist, Rationalist
Personal life of Isaac Asimov
Born on 02 January 1920
Birthday 2nd January
Died At Age 72
Sun Sign Capricorn
Born in Petrovichi, Russian SFSR
Died on 06 April 1992
Place of death New York City, New York, U.S.
Cause of Death AIDS
Family Background of Isaac Asimov
Father Judah Asimov
Mother Anna Rachel (Berman) Asimov
Siblings Marcia, Stanley
Spouses/Partners Gertrude Blugerman (1942-1973), Janet Opal Jeppson (1973-1992)
Children Robyn Asimov, David Asimov
Education Columbia University, PhD. Biochemistry, 1948
Founder/Co-Founder Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP)
Awards Thomas Alva Edison Foundation Award Howard W. Blakeslee Award Boston University’s Publication Merit Award Special Hugo Award
Personal Fact of Isaac Asimov

Isaac Asimov is best known as the most successful writer of science fiction and popular science books. Asimov opened the doors for the new age of science fiction writing which the world had never tasted before him. Asimov is credited with having edited over 500 books.

Asimov’s most successful work was on hard science fiction and his most notable book is the Foundation Series. Asimov is also widely popular for his easy Physics, astronomy and mathematics books alongside his works on the Bible, William Shakespeare and chemistry. Asimov was a brilliant professor of biochemistry at Boston University.

Besides being a prolific writer, Asimov was also an integral part of (President) the American Humanist Association. Asimov is also known for his work as a civilian at the Philadelphia Navy Yard’s Naval Air Experimental Station during the World War II. Robotics was a term coined by Asimov which went on to become a branch of technology.


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