The keynotes by Jeffrey Kluger uncover the intricacies about the irreplaceable relationship between siblings, reminding us that they are the only ones that are there with us our entire lives.
Jeffrey Kluger graduated from the University of Maryland College Park and has written for Discover magazine in the humor column, amongst other publications like the Business World Magazine and Science Digest. He began his career at TIME Magazine in 1996 in the science section but was named a senior writer a short two years after. His work at TIME has been recognized, earning the Whitman Bassow Award by the Overseas Press Club of America with two other colleagues.
In his experience writing for TIME during the Pathfinder landing and the Columbia disaster, he also wrote similar themed space program books like L'ost Moon: the Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13' in 1994, 'Journey Beyond Selene' and 'Ends of the Solar System.' He has written books on medicine as well, with his most recent being 'The Sibling Effect.' He is currently still a senior Editor at Time Magazine.
Giving audiences reason to appreciate their brothers and sisters more, the keynotes by Jeffrey Kluger underscore the profound aspect of such bonds.