The Best American Science Writing 2000
James Gleik, the co-editor, and three other contributors talked about the book The Best American Science Writing 2000, published by Ecco Press. The book is a new collection of 19 magazine essays on a wide array of scientific topics. The discussion about the craft of writing about science and technology was moderated by Robert Krulwich. After their remarks the panel answered questions from the audience. This program, “Champions of Science Writing,” was the first in the “Brave New World” series sponsored by Scientific American. close
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Natalie Angier Author
Susan Engel Director 92nd Street Y->Simon Center for Adult Life
James Gleick Author
Robert Krulwich Correspondent ABC Television->News
John Rennie Editor-in-Chief Scientific American
Oliver Sacks Neurologist Einstein (Albert) College of Medicine
Jonathan Weiner Professor Columbia University->Medical and Scientific Journalism
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