The European Science Journalist of the Year Award celebrates excellence and innovation in science journalism, and is open to members of science writing associations across Europe, as well as those whose work has been published in European media.
With a first prize of 1000 Euro, and 500 Euro each for the second and third-place winners, this award truly recognises those journalists who are writing scientific stories on issues that matter to the general public. The writing could cover anything from a global pandemic to artificial intelligence, to science in a war zone.
Our judges want to take a deep dive into work written and published in European media, so they ask for three pieces from each nomination. They are looking for variety and range, both by topic and method of reporting, if possible.
The award is supported by Elsevier, the global information and analytics provider. Michiel Kolman, Senior Vice President, Research Networks at Elsevier said “In this age of misinformation, there has never been a more important time to celebrate excellence in science journalism. Elsevier is proud to support these awards as we seek to maintain and build confidence in science and research among all audiences, from public to policy makers, and we look forward to hearing from the talented journalists these awards will no doubt highlight.”
For further guidance on eligibility and rules, please refer to the Award Policy and Guidelines.
Deadline for submissions: 1 June 2023, 23:59 CET.
Enter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
About European Federation for Science Journalism
The European Federation for Science Journalism is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote independent, high-quality science journalism across Europe by organising meetings and conferences, setting-up cross-border investigative reporting grants, and running awards. The EFSJ supports and stimulates journalists to critically examine, challenge and assess scientific information in a social, cultural, political, ethical and economic context. The EFSJ also aims to help develop and support new business models for independent science journalism and stimulate the debate about the role of science journalism and science communication.
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