Dr. Kevin Delin earned a PhD in physics from MIT, where he also studied writing under A.R. Gurney and Frank Conroy, and has patented technology at NASA. His adventures include inventing the future with venture capitalists in Silicon Valley and solving national security issues with generals inside the Pentagon. Unable to convince backers to turn his textbook, Foundations of Applied Superconductivity, into the Broadway spectacular it merits, Kevin found other ways to mischief in the entertainment industry. In addition to his own writing, he professionally advises storytellers wanting to ground their work in science. He is a proud member of the Antaeus Playwrights Laboratory and his pieces on science, art, and society have bylines in American Theatre, LA Weekly, Script Magazine, Footlights, and Stage Raw. You can follow him on Twitter @kdelin and read him at kevindelin.com.