Producer: Dan McCabe / Co-Producer: Cara Feinberg

We live in an age of soaring technological innovation. And yet, as quickly as our gadgets have evolved, many of them share a frustrating weakness: their batteries. Though they've improved in the last century, batteries remain finicky, bulky, expensive, toxic, and maddeningly short-lived. The quest is on for a “super battery,” and the stakes in this hunt are much higher than the phone in your pocket. With climate change looming, electric cars and renewable energy sources like wind and solar power could hold keys to a greener future...if we can engineer the perfect battery. Join host David Pogue as he explores the hidden world of energy storage, from the power—and danger—of the lithium-ion batteries we use today, to the bold innovations that could one day charge our world.

NOVA: the great Math Mystery

Producer: Dan McCabe / Associate Producers: Cara Feinberg and Karinna Sjo-Gaber

Where does math come from and why does it work so well to explain our physical world? Is it humankind's clever trick, or the deeply embedded language of the cosmos? In THE GREAT MATH MYSTERY, a one-hour film for NOVA, a cast of the world's top mathematicians, physicists, and engineers embark on a mathematical mystery tour, a provocative exploration of math's astonishing power as it has evolved over the centuries to ponder a profound question: is math an invention or a discovery?  

NOVA: Making stuff Wilder

Producer: Dan McCabe / Associate Producer: Cara Feinberg

What happens when scientists open up nature's toolbox? In "Making Stuff Wilder," David Pogue explores bold new innovations inspired by the Earth's greatest inventor, life itself. From robotic "mules" and "cheetahs" for the military, to fabrics born out of fish slime, host David Pogue travels the globe to find the world’s wildest new inventions and technologies.

NOVA: Hunting the elements

Producer: Chris Schmidt / Associate Producer: Cara Feinberg

A two-hour film for NOVA about the hidden building blocks of everything in our world -- the elements. To unlock their secrets, David Pogue, the technology correspondent of The New York Times, spins viewers through the world of weird, extreme chemistry: the strongest acids, the deadliest poisons, the universe’s most abundant elements, and the rarest of the rare that flicker into existence for only fractions of a second.

Dreamworks: how to find your dragon

Senior Producer: Gary Glassman / Associate Producers: Cara Feinberg and Corey Crockett

A documentary film for DreamWorks about the perennial fascination with dragons. Aired on PBS stations and as a accompanying special feature film for DreamWorks' "How To Train Your Dragon"


Discovery Science Channel: Build it bigger

Producer: John Gates / Associate Producer: Cara Feinberg

"Turkey's Mammoth Dam" - Season 5 episode 8 
Turkey is harnessing one of the world's fastest rivers with one of the tallest hydroelectric dams on earth.