Martyn Amos

Martyn Amos is Professor of Novel Computation at Manchester Metropolitan University, and the author of Genesis Machines: The New Science of Biocomputing (Atlantic, 2007). His research interests include complexity theory, artificial life, synthetic biology and natural computing. He has previously contributed to Comma’s Litmus and Bio-Punk anthologies, and co-edited Beta-Life: Stories from an A-Life Future, with Ra Page.

Collections edited by Martyn Amos

Beta-Life

Short stories from an A-Life Future, inspired by the vway we interact with technology, the roles we adopt in an increasingly ‘intelligent’ environment, and how we interface with each other.