These nine words came from science fiction? Cool.
In the comments section, the origin of the term robot was argued pretty heavily, but it appears the author is right and robotics originated with Asimov. Sci-fi authors also coined such words as zero-gravity, deep space and pressure suit. Aren't there others?
Reading this list reminded me that the modern waterbed was first described by Robert Heinlein in his sci-fi books. Several years later, this guy Charles Hall actually built the thing could not get it patented because of the works of Heinlein. One wonders why Hall didn't approach Heinlein about going in on a patent with him. I know I would have.