The World Federation of Science Journalists and the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters are delighted to announce the recipients of the four travel grants
The popularity of the WFSJ’s Press Card program has set the stage for one of the organization’s most ambitious projects — an exclusive listing of
WFSJ in cooperation with the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters are announcing scholarships for four science journalists to attend the Kavli Prize week in Oslo Norway, September 2-8 2022.
Upended by world events, the World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ), Medellín will now take place at the end of March 2023. Participants will begin
The global survey of science journalists wraps up on Friday 27 May. If you have not yet taken this short poll, please do so soon.
From the Chilean mining industry’s use of water to a methane-spewing lake in Rwanda — this year’s Louise Behan Reporting Grants cover the globe
The World Federation of Science Journalists is pleased to announce the winners of the first round of Louise Behan Reporting Grants. This initiative, which supports
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters would like to welcome Andrei Mihai and Nataliya Demina to this year’s Abel Prize in Oslo, Norway. They
Science and environment journalists from Nepal, India and Bangladesh come back from a unique expedition to the Everest region that will result in nuanced science
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters is offering scholarships to science journalists with an interest in mathematics, who will be invited to take part
Many of you may have concerns about the lack of information about the World Conference of Science Journalists, 2022, in Medellín, Colombia. Behind the scenes