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Detailed Report of the 1st Kavli Symposium on the Future of Science Journalism is now available on WFSJ wesite!
April 18, 2014 posted in Conferences
WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE JOURNALISM?

The detailed report of the 1st Kavli Symposium on the Future of Science Journalism (Chicago, February2014) is now available on our website!

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Maternal and Child Health Reporting Contest
April 17, 2014 posted in Competitions
Journalists in Brazil, China, India and Russia have a chance to win a trip to the United States and cash prizes as part of four regional competitions to recognize the best media coverage of maternal and child health.
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Win the opportunity to attend and cover EcoHealth 2014!
April 7, 2014 posted in Competitions
Be one of up to 8 journalists to win a scholarship and get the opportunity to attend the 2014 EcoHealth Conference! 
Cover the panel sessions meet and interview the researchers.

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AlphaGalileo joins WFSJ as Associate Partner
March 25, 2014 posted in WFSJ Affairs
AlphaGalileo, a business to business service that is free to the media, recently joins WFSJ as Associate Partner.

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BBC Science in Action looking for contributors/content
March 25, 2014 posted in Competitions
BBC Science in Action is a weekly radio magazine programme for the BBC World Service in English, that pulls together the science issues of the week and delivers breaking science news from the just-released journals.
 
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15 TRAVEL GRANTS FOR JOURNALISTS - 2ND HEIDELBERG LAUREATE FORUM
March 20, 2014 posted in Competitions
The 2nd Heidelberg Laureate Forum will take place during September 21-26, 2014. An opportunity to meet some of the world’s best computer scientists and mathematicians!




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JUST 30% OF THE WORLD’S RESEARCHERS ARE WOMEN
March 20, 2014 posted in Sci.Journalism
Just 30% of the world’s researchers are women. But at a closer look, in Bolivia, women account for 63% researchers, compared to France with a rate of 26% or Ethiopia at 8%.

These latest data on the status of women in research by region and country are now available though WOMEN IN SCIENCE by UNESCO Institute for Statistics.

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SjCOOP ASIA'S 2ND MENTORS' TRAINING MEETING HELD IN TOKYO
March 20, 2014 posted in SjCOOP Asia
The 2nd SjCOOP Asia mentors’ training was organized in Tokyo, Japan November 18-22, 2013 in close collaboration with the Japanese Association of Science and Technology Journalists (JASTJ) and the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF)




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