Eric Frank Russell:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Eric Frank Russell (1905-1978) was an English science fiction author. He served with the RAF in WWII and worked for a while as an engineer before starting on his writing career. His short story Allamagoosa won a Hugo award in 1955. Also, see his work under the pseudonym Maurice A. Hugi.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Diabological Armory

Diabologic (1955)

Hypnosis Ray

Beyond All Weapons (1941)

Magnetic Anchor

The Saga of Pelican West (1937)

Mercy Gas

The Saga of Pelican West (1937)


The Saga of Pelican West (1937)


Beyond All Weapons (1941)

Schrieber Analyzer

Diabologic (1955)


Diabologic (1955)

Short-Wave Surgical Knife

Boomerang (1953)

Space Craft Rope Ladder

Diabologic (1955)

Space Tugs - used to tow space barges

Describe a Circle (1942)

Treatment of Extramundane Aborigines

Symbiotica (1943)

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