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 EFSJ has announced the three winners of a Climate Grant organized in partnership with BNP Paribas Foundation and the CFJ Paris.
European science journalist of the year is open for entry. The deadline to enter is at midnight 27 February 2020. Journalists working in
The European Conference of Science Journalism ECSJ2020 will take place in Trieste (Italy) on July 3-4, in conjunction with the EuroScience […]
The European Federation for Science Journalism has launched today an online questionnaire, which will be distributed through the channels of the member […]
For the first time this year, a science programme is featuring in the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s summer conference in London, UK, […]
What will the artificial intelligence revolution mean for science journalism? Most people in the field don’t seem to have given it much […]
What’s the role of science journalists in opening up science to the wider public? What works? Why? What are the points of […]
By Tom Kennedy Researchers sometimes wonder if they should, or even could, start broadcasting or writing about science. Is it possible to […]
The Erice International School of Science Journalism based in Erice, Sicily (Italy) announces 30 fellowships for applicants from European countries (covering travel, […]