Science journalism in a nutshell

16 January, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

From the Open Notebook , How to Conduct Difficult Interviews , by Mallory Pickett. A very handy six points cheat-sheet: Don’t fear the fear Prepare ... READ MORE

News from our member associations around the world

16 January, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

It's the award season at the National Association of Science Writers with: The 2019 Science in Society Journalism Award . Seven categories including S... READ MORE

Field trips of the World Conference of Science Journalists in Lausanne 1-5 July 2019

14 January, 2019Posted In : WFSJ News

On Friday 5th July 2019, the last day of the World Conference of Science Journalists  WCSJ2019 , after four days of presentations, workshops and disc... READ MORE


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