Todd Neff is a writer and editor of CleanEnergy.com and author of From Jars to the Stars, the story of how Ball Aerospace — an organization evolved from the Ball Brothers Company of Muncie, Indiana and a group of students in a University of Colorado basement — managed to blast a sizable crater in the comet 9P/Tempel 1. He is also an adjunct instructor teaching narrative nonfiction at the University of Colorado Boulder, and formerly covered science and the environment for the Boulder Daily Camera. Before becoming a journalist at the turn of the millennium, he was an IT and strategy consultant. He spent the 2007-2008 academic year on a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at CU, focusing on energy and climate change issues. Todd began his journalistic career as a technology writer for business-focused weeklies in Boston and Denver, and has written for many regional and national publications. He lives in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood with his wife and two daughters.