The Association of British Science Writers invites members of the EFSJ to attend the three-day online programme of professional development and networking,
IMAGE: ECSJ2020 TEAM: CHAIR OF ORGANISING COMMITTEE FABIO TURONE (FRONT), CHAIR OF PROGRAMME COMMITTEE DANIELA OVADIA (SEATED, LEFT), EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALEXANDRA BORISSOVA
The conference “Science Journalism in the Digital Age” wants to focus on the future of science journalism. What approaches, partnerships and business models finance science journalism in the digital age? How can we envisage productive interplay between science journalism and science? And what kind of constructive role could the state, foundations and private sector actors play in constructively shaping the transformation of science journalism?
The European Federation for Science Journalism (EFSJ) held its annual General Assembly on the second day of the European Conference for Science
The EFSJ has announced the three winners of a Climate Grant organized in partnership with BNP Paribas Foundation and the CFJ Paris.
Maria Pazi from Russia has been named European Science Journalist of the Year - 2020. The runners up are Mico Tatalovic (UK/Croatia)
The ECSJ2020 European conference has now opened registrations. Participation is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. The registration form can be accessed through
Welcome to the #EFSJclimategrant! NOTE: The deadline for submitting applications was moved to 29th June, 2020 Are you a journalist or a
European science journalist of the year is open for entry. The deadline to enter is at midnight 27 February 2020. Journalists working in