Elliot Kirschner

Executive Producer

Elliot Kirschner is a New York Times best-selling author and Emmy-award winning news and documentary producer with a passion for science filmmaking and education. He is committed to finding innovative ways to bring high-quality storytelling to new and diverse audiences, building engagement and understanding around the nature of science and awe of discovery. Elliot has produced many science feature-length films and documentary shorts, including Human Nature and The Most Unknown. He got his start producing at CBS News for 60 Minutes, Sunday Morning and the Evening News. His reporting included war zones, natural disasters, and investigative reports. His longtime collaboration with journalism icon Dan Rather includes the best-selling book What Unites Use. He publishes a newsletter called Through The Fog on Substack.

Publications

An Evolving Need for Trusted Information

Howell, E. L., Krause, N. M., Cheney, I., Kirschner, E., & Goodwin, S. S. (2024, February 27). An evolving need for trusted information. Issues in Science and Technology. https://issues.org/informing-policymakers-sean-trust-groves-forum/