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Why do scientists still think we are stupid?

13 September, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Written by Pallab Ghosh, Science Correspondent for the BBC News and Honorary President of the Association of British Science Writers. The claim by the... READ MORE

International call for projects in medical journalism

21 August, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Description The Leenaards Foundation , a philanthropic foundation based in Lausanne (Switzerland), has launch an international journalism competition ... READ MORE

Science Talks with the ACAMH about Suicide Prevention and Awareness

10 August, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Considering that the World Suicide Prevention Day will be on Tuesday September 10 , Science Talks with the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental... 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