Nuclear Aftershocks

PBS/FRONTLINE
"Nuclear Aftershocks "
The story of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and its impact on the future of nuclear energy around the world.

PBS/INNOVATIONS
"Light Speed "
The Story of the Discovery of Fiber Optics, the technology that made the Internet possible.

Winner
American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award

Winner
American Association of Engineering Societies' Award for Best Film

Winner
Silver Screen Award, US International Film and Video Festival

Finalist
National Academies Communication Award

"Harnessing the Atom"
A 25 minute video produced for the International Atomic Energy Agency to explain its many complex and important responsibilities; which range from helping ensure the prevention of nuclear proliferation and the safety of nuclear power plants to using nuclear techniques to assist developing nations in their fight against disease and hunger.

PBS/FRONTLINE
"Nuclear Reaction"
An examination of why nuclear power failed to gain acceptance in the United States.

Winner
American Association of Engineering Societies' Award for Best Film

PBS/FRONTLINE
"Currents of Fear"
A critical examination of claims that power line electromagnetic fields cause cancer.

Winner
Will Solime
ne Award for Excellence in Medical Writing

Winner
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (I.E.E.E) Award for Distinguished Literary Contributions Furthering Public Understanding of the Profession

Nominated
for Writer's Guild Best Script
PBS/NOVA
"The Machine That Changed the World"
A five part series on the history and impact of the computer; coproduced by WGBH and the BBC.

Winner
George Foster Peabody Award

Winner
Ohio State Award

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