Honorary Professor, Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology
See Professor Wainwright’s own website: miltonwainwright.com.
Professor Wainwright is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield. His recent publications include:
Wainwright, M., How do bacteria get to the stratosphere? Proceedings SPIE Conference on Astrobiology (San Diego, 2007).
Wainwright, M. , Some highlights in the history of mycology – a personal journey, Fungal Biology Reviews 7 (2008), 2297-102.
Wallace, M.K., Wainwright, M., Wickramasinghe, J.T. & Wickramsinghe, N.C., Pitfalls of geocentricism, Astrophysics and Space Science 37 (2008), 145-146.
Wainwright, M., It’s not Darwin’s or Wallace’s theory, Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences 25 (2008), 1-8.
Wainwright, M., The high cold biosphere – Microscope studies on the microbiology of the stratosphere. In Focus –Magazine of the Royal Microscopical Society 12 (2008), 32-41.
Wainwright, M., Leswd, A. & Alshammari, F., Bacteria in amber coal and clay in relation to lithopanspermia, International Journal of Astrobiology 8 (2009), 141-143.
Wainwright, M., Charles Darwin and microbes, Microbiologist 10 (2009), 32-35.
Wainwright, M., Musings on the origin of life and panspermia, Journal of Cosmology 5 (2010), 1091-1100.
Wainwright, M., Alshammari, F. & Alabri, K., Are microbes currently arriving to Earth from space?, Journal of Cosmology 7 (2010), 1692-1702.
Wainwright, M., The forgotten history of panspermia and theories on the origin of life, Journal of Cosmology 7 (2010), 1771-1776.
Wainwright, M., The overlooked link between non-virus microbes and cancer, Science Progress 93 (2010), 393-40.
Wainwright, M., Patrick Matthew – from natural selection to the germ theory, Microbiologist 11 (2010), 43-45.
Wainwright, M., Fungi: amazing chemists, In: Coleman, M. (ed.) From Another Kingdom: The Amazing World of Fungi (Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Gardens, 2010).
Alshammari, F., Wainwright, M., Alharbi, K. & Alhabri, S., Studies on ultrasmall bacteria in relation to the presence of bacteria in the stratosphere. International Journal of Astrobiology 10.2 (2011), 99-103.
Wainwright, M., Charles Darwin: Mycologist and refuter of his own myth, Fungi 4 (2011), 12-20.
Wainwright, M., The overlooked link between non-virus microbes and cancer, Science Progress 93 (2011), 393-402.
- N.C. Wickramasinghe, M. Wainwright, W.E. Smith, G. Tokoro, S. Al Mufti and M.K. Wallis, "Rosetta Studies of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko: Prospects for Establishing Cometary Biology", Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach 3.1 (2015)
- N. Chandra Wickramasinghe, Gensuke Tokoro and Milton Wainwright, "The Transition from Earth-centred Biology to Cosmic Life", Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach 3.1 (2015)
- Chandra Wickramasinghe et al., “Biology associated with a titanium sphere isolated from the stratosphere”, Journal of Cosmology 23.5 (2013), 11117-11125
- S.A. Alharbi, M. Wainwright et al., Evidence in support of the theory of archipanspermia, Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment 9 (2011)