The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) together with United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) are organizing a workshop on science reporting for journalists from the African continent in Harwell
The 5th Kavli Symposium will address Science Journalism and Politics. It will explore the intricate relationships between science journalism and government decision-making – ranging from
The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is pleased to announce the Louise Behan Reporting Grants to support science journalism. Grants objective The Louise Behan Reporting Grants
The Executive Director of the WFSJ joined us at the beginning of September. We asked Christophe Bourillon for his views after two months at the
Our next Science Talk on antimicrobial resistance and journalism will be taking place on Tuesday 22 January at 11 am Eastern Time. Save the date!
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 an immense honor for the WFSJ to
The successful 2018 Kavli Prize Week in Oslo (1-6 September) was a unique occasion for our five fellows, all science journalists, to attend the multiple events across
MONTREAL 13 SEPTEMBER – The Board of Directors of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is pleased to announce that Mr. Christophe Bourillon has
The five fellows, science journalists from China, Colombia, Japan/Australia, Mexico, South Africa, are reporting on the 2018 Kavli Prize Week in Oslo, Norway (1-6 September)
The Knight Science Journalism at MIT program took a close look at one of science journalism’s most underappreciated practices — and uncovered a few surprises.