WFSJ NEWS

2019 European Immunization Training Workshop in Geneva

09 May, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

The World Federation of Science Journalists is organizing a 2.5 day European Immunization Training Workshop at the  Brocher Foundation  site... READ MORE

Scholarships offered to study at the University of Otago in New Zealand

27 April, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Who is eligible? Applications from specific African, Asian, Caribbean and Latin American countries, and from Bhutan, Jordan, Mongolia, Nepal and Timor... READ MORE

Dr. David Stukus: “I think we need to start educating school children on how to spot “Fake News” and think independently”

27 April, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Nationwide Children’s Hospital was founded in 1892, today it's one of the largest children’s hospital in the USA. Only in 2017 Nationwide Children... READ MORE


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Struggle with Politics. First stories from our 6 science journalists are in.

08 October, 2018Posted In : Other News

Read the first stories online of the 6 science journalists that are reporting on the "Struggle with Politics" in Argentina, Canada, Croatia, Germany/T... READ MORE

The science that makes a difference in all our lives. Report from the Kavli Prize Week 2018

25 September, 2018Posted In : Other News

WFSJ's  vice-president , Milica Momcilovic, represented the Federation at this year's Kavli Prize Week 2018 in Olso, Norway (1-6 September). It is ... READ MORE

“I think that science journalism is so incredibly important” [Alan Alda]

13 September, 2018Posted In : Other News

The five fellows, science journalists from China, Colombia, Japan/Australia, Mexico, South Africa, are reporting on the 2018 Kavli Prize Week in Oslo,... READ MORE