Speaker - Fred Guterl

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Fred Guterl is the executive editor of Scientific American. Previously, Guterl was the deputy editor of Newsweek, where he wrote and edited a wide range of stories for both print and digital media. He was Newsweek International’s first science and technology editor, writing and editing dozens of cover packages and special issues on climate change, global health, energy, biotechnology and other subjects. His writing and editing have contributed to numerous awards and nominations from the American Society of Magazine Editors. His article “Riddles in the Sand,” in Discover, was named best magazine article in 1998 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and his Newsweek article “The Wasteland,” on Russia’s plan to accept the world’s nuclear waste, was honored by the Overseas Press Club for environmental writing. He has been a guest on CNN, MSNBC, Charlie Rose, The Today Show and other television venues. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester and has taught science writing at Princeton University.

4 Programs

Conversation: Why Are Science and Technology Invisible

10.23.12 | 00:30:15 min | 0 comments

Fred Guterl : Human Safety and Sustainable World Security

03.27.12 | 01:34:18 min | 0 comments

The Impact of Scale on Cities

10.25.11 | 00:29:48 min | 0 comments

Cities as Solutions

10.25.11 | 00:34:07 min | 0 comments