Editor at large, Time magazine
Jeffrey Kluger oversees Time’s science and technology reporting. He has written or cowritten dozens of cover stories for the magazine and regularly contributes articles and commentary on science, behavior and health. He is the author of 10 books, including Apollo 8: The Thrilling Story of the First Mission to the Moon and Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13 (with astronaut Jim Lovell). Lost Moon was the basis for the 1995 movie Apollo 13, and Kluger and director Ron Howard teamed up to write The Apollo Adventure: The Making of the Apollo Space Program and the movie Apollo 13 as a tie-in to the film. Before joining Time, Kluger was a staff writer for Discover magazine, where he wrote the “Light Elements” humor column, and served as an editor for the New York Times Business World Magazine, Family Circle and Science Digest. Kluger, who is also an attorney, has taught science journalism at New York University.