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The Kenya Science Journalists Congress 2015

17 November, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News

The Kenya Science Journalists Congress is part of an effort to push for quality science journalism in Africa. Nearly 100 international and local science journalists, communication professionals, scien... READ MORE

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New Unity Found at 2nd European Conference of Science Journalists (Budapest 2015)

09 November, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News

The 2 nd European Conference for Science Journalists (ECSJ) at the Hungarian Academy of Science was a powerful showing of a revitalized and reunited European science journalism. Some 120 participants... READ MORE


Scholarships to Attend the Kavli Prizes Awarding In Norway, 3-9 Sept. 2016. Deadline to Apply: 15 January 2016!

02 November, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News

International Competition for Science Journalists Be one of up to 5 journalists to win a scholarship and get the opportunity to attend the Kavli Prize. Meet and exchange with the winners of the Kavli ... READ MORE



Lessons Learned From the Post-WCSJ2015 Fukushima Visit

23 November, 2015Posted In : Other News

The Nepalese journalist Chhatra Karki went on a visit to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant as part of a post- WCSJ2015 tour to Japan organized by the Japanese Association of Science and Technology Jou... READ MORE


Now Out: the October edition of SAYANSI magazine (by MESHA)

17 November, 2015Posted In : Other News

The Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA) in Nairobi, Kenya just launched the fourth issue of their SAYANSI magazine. MESHA is an organization that provides support to sci... READ MORE


Access to Energy Journalism Fellowship. Deadline Nov. 29!

10 November, 2015Posted In : Other News

Over a billion people in the world lack access to modern energy services such as electricity to power their communities’ x-ray machines or clean-burning cook stoves to prepare their families’ meal... READ MORE

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