In her The Open Notebook feature, Aneri Pattani writes about the potential advantages and drawbacks of having a science degree as a science journalist.
Inspired by the 2018 International Women’s Day theme #PressforProgress, at Taylor & Francis they took an unusual and involved approach to identify and present the
Alternative medicine and pseudoscience have found a footing in Croatian society, so much so that they are reported as facts on public TV stations (HRT)
The 7th Summer School for Environmental Journalism on Crete, Greece (20-29 July 2018) put the environmental movement into place as a global focus for science,
The second Science Talk on Tackling Ebola took place on Tuesday 24 July at 11:00 am EST. In this session, Dr. Peter Halfmann, Research Associate Professor at the Influenza
Spotlight on our 59 Member Associations‘ highlights some of their content and projects that otherwise receive too little or no attention at all in the
Our Kenyan Member Association, the Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA), publishes SAYANSI, a regular science magazine focusing on science news in Kenya and
ESOF2018 in scorching hot Toulouse revealed disparities. While science journalists almost burned from critical engagement, scientists stayed rather cool about their jobs and societal concerns.
The second Science Talk on tackling Ebola will take place on Tuesday 24 July at 11:00 am EST. In this session, Dr. Peter Halfmann, Research Associate Professor at the Influenza
Conference host organizers announce five speakers: Deborah Blum, Jérôme Fenoglio, Nobel Prize winner Jacques Dubochet, Cédric Villani and Naomi Oreskes and put a focus on the plenary and