This year has been a remarkable year. While many will wave goodbye to 2016 with a level of distain and good riddance I’ve got to say from a personal point of view it’s been a good year. Naturally I acknowledge that we have lost many great artists and actors this year while on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean there was an interesting battle for the presidency that ended with a surprising result. But yes this year has been a good year for me in terms of BW Science.
Back in March, the Cursor Magazine/Newspaper put my mug on the cover in recognition of my first book “Secrets of Superhero Science”. The cover image of me in a laboratory in the ICMS building at TU/e was accompanied by a great article within the pages of the Cursor. Naturally I was very happy with their coverage of the book so when I published “Secret Science of Santa Claus” I contacted Judith van Gaal once more about writing an article on my second book.
Although I am officially based at TU Delft I am also a visiting researcher at TU Eindhoven and value my time, continuing collaborations and friends there greatly. I met with Judith earlier this month and we had a great chat about Santa Claus and the amazing science behind his Christmas Eve deliveries.
On the back of that interview Judith wrote a fantastic article for the Cursor which has appeared in the latest version of the magazine/newspaper. And like the first time I’ve made the cover the newspaper! Absolutely delighted to have done so and many thanks to Judith for writing a great article.
Here’s the article to read if you wish. It’s mainly in Dutch but there is some English text in there as well.
As you can see the layout is unique with a Christmas tree made from Christmas decorations. Very cool indeed. If you get a chance have a read of the article.
It’s official – the Secret Science of Santa Claus has arrived!
You can order it now from my webshop at bwscience.com.
Here are some pictures marking the arrival of the book with illustrator Ivi van Keulen and the book designers Julinka van Keulen and Edwin Verbruggen of Number 42 in Eindhoven.
Are you ready to unlock the Secret Science of Santa Claus?