Ned Potter
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Ned Potter focuses on communications in science, technology, medicine, and digital media.  He joined the firm after more than 20 years as a correspondent for ABC News, covering such stories as space exploration, the human genome, the environment, and the social implications of technological change.  He appeared regularly on ABC’s “World News,” and worked as an editor and reporter online.  He came to ABC after six years as a correspondent for CBS News, where he reported regularly for the “CBS Evening News” on science and technology, presidential politics, labor issues and the economy.  He has won the duPont-Columbia Award and the Emmy, and shared Peabody, Murrow, Headliner and other awards. He has published articles in Forbes, Scientific American, New York Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, and elsewhere.  He is a graduate of Princeton University, where he majored in history of science. Published pieces by Ned Potter: • GMO Labeling: How To End The Right - ForbesThe Man Who Saved Museums – Scientific AmericanTeaching Kids to Love Science – Scientific AmericanClimate Change and Cities – Live Science Expert VoicesThe “God Particle” and Science Communications – ForbesWill Jeff Bezos Make The Washington Post Too Much Like Amazon? - ForbesScience Communications as Practiced by an Astronaut - Forbes
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