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Science Tour of Heidelberg, Germany & Network Event (29 – 30 Sept.)

17 September, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News

The National Association of Science Writers ( NASW ) , the International Science Writers ( ISWA )   are organizing a science tour and network event in Heidelberg, Germany in collaboration with the E... READ MORE

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2nd European Conference for Science Journalists (ECSJ 2015 – Budapest, 3 November). Free Registration!

09 September, 2015Posted In : WFSJ News

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22 September, 2015Posted In : Other News

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