WFSJ NEWS

Science Talks on Artificial Intelligence (23 April)

12 April, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

When reporters are uncertain about sources or interpreting, the WFSJ provides ongoing training in partnership with The Wiley Network, we invite you to... READ MORE

York University’s Faculty of Science: call for the next Science Communicator in Residence

14 March, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

The next Science Communicator in Residence at York University’s Faculty of Science is now open for applications if you or anyone you know might be i... READ MORE

Opportunity: 10-Month Climate Journalism Mentorship

05 March, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

Climate Tracker has developed with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation a climate journalism mentorship opportunity. What is the mentorship? What do mente... READ MORE


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Now out. The October issue of Sayansi focuses on African youths left out of current HIV-programs.

01 November, 2018Posted In : Other News

Our Kenyan Member Association, the Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture ( MESHA ), just launched the  11th edition of Sayansi  wi... READ MORE

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