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WCSJ 2015: LATEST NEWSLETTER WITH INFO ON THE CONFERENCE
February 17, 2015 posted in Conferences

The 9th World Conference on Science Journalism 2015 (WCSJ) has issued its 3rd newsletter with more news and information on the Conference that will be held 8-12 June 2015 in Seoul, Korea. 

 

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GENDER SUMMITS 2015: FOR QUALITY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION THROUGH EQUALITY
February 10, 2015 posted in Conferences

The Gender Summits are a series of interconnected action based conferences held across the globe under the theme Quality Research and Innovation through Equality. The aim is to make gender equality the norm in science and to embed gender as a primary dimension of research and innovation quality.

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PRESS BRIEFING: WORLD CONFERENCE OF SCIENCE JOURNALISTS (WCSJ)
February 9, 2015 posted in Conferences

The World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ) will on February 13 at 3:00 p.m. during a press briefing announce the WCSJ'shttp://www.wcsj2015.or.kr/wcsj2015/main/main.php Program (8-12 June, 2015 in Seoul, Korea). The briefing will be held at the News Briefing Room at the AAAS
Annual Meeting in San Jose, California

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2nd KAVLI SYMPOSIUM ON SCIENCE JOURNALISM: DATA MINING (UPDATE)
January 16, 2015 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>

This second symposium focused primarily on data mining, and innovative data tools that could benefit the international community of science journalists worldwide. It took place from February 16th-18th at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California.

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WCSJ 2015: Call for session proposals is now OPEN
October 8, 2014 posted in Conferences
The World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ) 2015 will be help 8-12 June 2015 in Seoul, Korea. This Call for Proposals exclusively concerns the core 3-day Conference. Deadline: 27 October


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African Science Journalists Conference, 13-15 October, Nairobi, Kenya
August 20, 2014 posted in Conferences
For the second time in as many years, African science journalists will converge in Nairobi, Kenya on October 13-15 to discuss how the gap between science journalists and policy makers can be bridged.


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Travel Grants to the Annual Media Briefing on Climate Change - New Delhi, Nov 6-7, 2014
July 30, 2014 posted in Conferences
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi (India)-based research and advocacy organisation, invites applications from journalists to attend its Annual Media Briefing on Climate Change. CSE will support the travel and accommodation of selected participants. Last date of application is August 31, 2014.

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Formation à destination des journalistes de l'Afrique de l'Ouest francophone
July 23, 2014 posted in Conferences
L'Association des Journalistes et Communicateurs Scientifiques du Bénin, avec l'appui de l'Unesco, organise un séminaire de formation sur les changements climatiques. La rencontre aura lieu au mois de septembre 2014 à Cotonou au Bénin. Le séminaire est à l'intention des journalistes des pays francophones d'Afrique de l'Ouest.

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Kavli Prize Announcement: 9 SCIENTIFIC PIONEERS RECEIVE THE 2014 KAVLI PRIZES
May 29, 2014 posted in Conferences
May 29, 2014 - Oslo - NINE pioneering scientists have been named this year’s recipients of the Kavli Prizes – prizes that recognize scientists for their seminal advances in astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience. This year’s laureates were selected for pioneering the theory of cosmic inflation, for transformative contributions to the field of nano-optics and for the discovery of specialized brain networks for memory and cognition.

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The Science & You 2015 call for participation is open!
May 27, 2014 posted in Conferences
You are a researcher or a PhD student in science communication, a director of a Scientific, Technical and Industrial Centre or of a museum, a business leader, a journalist or a science communication professional? Whether your interest is in the theory or the practice of science communication, the Science & You 2015 call for participation is now open!
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Largest science communication event in Europe - Ecsite conference 10 days away
May 13, 2014 posted in Conferences
Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums, will draw 1,000 science communicators from over 45 countries to its Annual Conference held this year at Museon in The Hague, Netherlands

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First European Conference for Science Journalist (ECSJ)
May 8, 2014 posted in Conferences
The First European Conference for Science Journalist (ECSJ) will be held in Copenhagen, 22 June 2014 from 9.00-14.30 hrs

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Detailed Report of the 1st Kavli Symposium on the Future of Science Journalism is now available on WFSJ website!
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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Second West Africa Science Journalists Conference: Niamey, Niger 2013
September 24, 2013 posted in Conferences
The second West Africa Science Journalists Conference (WASJC) is West Africa's largest, general science meeting. WASJC 2013 will be hosted in Niamey, Niger from November 11th-13th, 2013. The first conference was held in Cotonou in 2012.

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2014 PCST conference in Brazil deadline to submit proposals.
August 20, 2013 posted in Conferences
The 13th International Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference will be held 5-8 May 2014, in Salvador, Brazil 



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Kenya, Korea and South Africa bid to host 2015 World Conference
May 29, 2013 posted in Conferences 15 comments >>
The associations from three countries, two from Africa and one from Asia, have submitted bids to host the 9th World Conference of Science Journalists, in 2015, and candidates for the presidency of the World Federation of Science Journalists. Congratulations to both Kenyan associations, the Kenya Science Journalists Association (KENSJA) and Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA); to the Korea Science Reporters Association (KSRA); and the South African Science Journalists’ Association (SASJA) for taking on the challenge!

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Helsinki Conference welcomes the World … … and the Developing World
April 8, 2013 posted in Conferences
The 2013 World Summit of Science Journalism opens in only two months. See the Program. Register and Let’s Meet in Helsinki! The organizers of the 8th World Conference of Science Journalists, 24 – 28 June 2013 are still finalizing several sessions of the program. But three days of six parallel sessions with each day beginning and closing with a plenary already guarantee the usual fear of missing something important. And Helsinki extends the London tradition with two days of Pre and Post-Conference Workshops.
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World Conference of Science Journalists taking shape!
February 26, 2013 posted in Conferences
The Helsinki Conference’s structure, themes, several key speakers, and major sponsors were confirmed 16-17 February in Boston, at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
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South Africa bids for 2015 World Federation of Science Journalists' Conference
February 13, 2013 posted in Conferences
The South African Science Journalists' Association (SASJA) has announced that it will bid for the 2015 World Federation of Science Journalists' Conference. South Africa is the second country to officially declare its intention to host the Conference. Kenya also announced its intention to bid last September
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Time to Bid for the World Conference!
January 3, 2013 posted in Conferences
The organizers of the World Conference of Science Journalists can now benefit from the insights and tips of previous bidders and organizers in a new Organizers Manual, now available on line.
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First African Science Journalism Conference held in Kenya
September 11, 2012 posted in Conferences
The 190 delegates at the first African science journalism conference signed a binding commitment to improve science writing and communication on the continent. Representatives of the Kenyan government, international agencies, civil society, as well as communicators and researchers joined African journalists in realizing that building closer collaboration and partnerships with research institutes and academies of sciences will go a long way towards closing the existing gaps in science communication in Africa.
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One year to go: Get ready for WCSJ2013 in Helsinki!
July 18, 2012 posted in Conferences
There’s less than one year to go until the 8th World Conference of Science Journalists in Helsinki. As the conference preparations kick into high gear, the WCSJ2013 organisation is excited to offer you a sneak peek of what is to come.
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Nearly two hundred proposals for WCSJ 2013 dream sessions!
May 24, 2012 posted in Conferences
The deadline for submissions to the 8th World Conference of Science Journalists in 2013, Helsinki has now passed. Thank you all for your submissions. We have had an overwhelming response with nearly two hundred proposals for WCSJ 2013 dream sessions proposals coming from 42 countries in all continents.
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Have your say in the next World Conference of Science Journalists
May 7, 2012 posted in Conferences
The World Conference of Science Journalists will be held 24 - 28 June 2013 in Helsinki, Finland. You can make sure the Conference answers your needs in two ways: submit a proposal for a session, a panel, or a plenary, and join the International Advisory Network of the Conference.
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WCSJ 2013 Call for Proposals
March 12, 2012 posted in Conferences
OPEN NOW!
WCSJ 2013 Call for Proposals
for the 8th World Conference on June 24–28, 2013.
People wishing to give papers or organize complete sessions for the program for the 8th World Conference on June 24–28, 2013, are invited to submit proposals
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Failures of JOURNALISM and PUBLIC RELATIONS discussed at NASW Conference
November 14, 2011 posted in Conferences
The stress in the relationship between journalists and public relations professional was the topic of a heated but good-humoured debate in Flagstaff, Arizona at the National Association of Science Writers' annual meeting in 14 – 18 October 2011.
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World Conference of Science Journalists in Doha Report is online
October 7, 2011 posted in Conferences 2 comments >>
The final report on the 7th World Conference of Science Journalists, held in Doha, 27 – 29 June 2011, is now on line.
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Africa blamed for tolerating unethical clinical trials
July 12, 2011 posted in Conferences
by Ntaryike Divine Jr - Breakthroughs in medicine usually usher in moments of celebration, but the mandatory preface to such achievements and their commercialization – drug trials on human subjects – has frequently backfired in Africa and the Third World.
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Agricultural reporters urged to “talk” in plain language to farmers
July 5, 2011 posted in Conferences
by Ola Al-Ghazawy - Reporters shifted their attention away from the main news agenda in the Arab world – oil and the struggle for democracy – to food midway through the World Conference of Science Journalists, in Doha June 27-29.
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Reporters get tips on exposing pseudoscience
July 5, 2011 posted in Conferences
by Ola Al-Ghazawy - Working in science journalism three years ago pushed me into the World Conference of Science Journalists session on pseudoscience – what is its effect on society and what is the role of science communicators in fighting it.
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Nobel Prize winner says Islam is not anti-science
June 27, 2011 posted in Conferences
By Ntaryike Divine Jr. - A famed Egyptian-born scientist has challenged journalists in the Arab world to dispel what he called a widespread and biased idea that Islam is anti-science. Dr Ahmed Zewail, a 1999 Nobel laureate in chemistry, was speaking June 27 at the start of the three-day World Conference of Science Journalists in Doha, Qatar.
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Science Journalism under review as Arab World makes history
June 17, 2011 posted in Conferences
Like most journalists, those covering science seldom have the time out to step back and reflect on their profession. The World Conference of Science Journalists makes this reflection possible every two years, and this time it’s happening June 27–29 in Doha, the capital of Qatar on the Persian Gulf.
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Doha set to restyle science journalism’s future
June 17, 2011 posted in Conferences
by Ntaryike Divine Jr - In Arabic, Doha means “big tree,” and this futuristic capital of the state of Qatar on the Persian Gulf is about to draw hundreds of journalists into its shade.
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Join us in Doha for the World Conference of Science Journalists
April 5, 2011 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
From Nadia El-Awady
President, World Federation of Science Journalists
Co-Director, World Conference of Science Journalists 2011


I’m writing to invite you to join us in Doha from 27 to 29 June for the 7th World Conference of Science Journalists 2011 (WCSJ2011).

It’s already been a remarkable start to the year for science reporters with the continuing Japanese crisis and floods and earthquakes around the world. At the conference we will explore the challenges of reporting science in a crisis. We will discuss pseudoscience, publishing popular science books, covering oil spills, how to confront “bad science”, and how the changing face of journalism is affecting all of us.

We will also bring you first-hand accounts of the dramatic changes sweeping the Arab world. Our vantage point is Qatar, the home of Al Jazeera whose journalists are leading the reporting on the revolutionary changes. And we’ll explore what these changes will mean for science in the Middle East.


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Strong support for moving the conference to Doha
March 7, 2011 posted in Conferences 2 comments >>
When the decision came on March 2 to shift the 2011 edition of the World Conference of Science Journalists from Cairo to Doha, Qatar, the magnitude of the change made everyone hold their breath.
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WCSJ2011 moves to Doha, Qatar June 27-29
March 2, 2011 posted in Conferences 5 comments >>
Cairo has been witness to very exciting times in the past few weeks and Egypt has now started the inspiring but demanding process of birthing a new democracy. This will take time and a lot of vigilance and hard work on the part of the Egyptian people. The organizers of the World Conference of Science Journalists 2011 had to come to the very difficult decision of relocating the conference. We realize that many science journalists were looking forward to visiting a new and exciting Cairo and that so many were hoping to visit Tahrir Square that was just down the road from our conference venue. There were too many uncertainties, unfortunately, and we felt our priority needed to be providing a stable and safe environment to hold a successful conference.
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Meet Nadia El-Awady in Washington, directly from Egypt
February 12, 2011 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
Ms. Nadia El-Awady, President of the World Federation of Science Journalists, will attend the AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington 17th to 21st February 2011. Ms. El-Awady has been at the forefront of the demonstrations of the past weeks in Cairo, Egypt. She is also the co-director of the upcoming 7th World Conference of Science Journalists which is planned for Cairo, 27th – 29th June 2011.
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Statement on the Cairo Conference
February 2, 2011 posted in Conferences
The Board of the World Federation of Science Journalists applauds the steps taken by their Arab colleagues towards democracy and expresses its full confidence that they will succeed and that on the 27th June 2011, the opening day of the 7th World Conference of Science Journalists in Cairo, hundreds of colleagues from all over the world will join them to celebrate greater freedom in the region.
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Cairo workshop to shed light in statistical jungle
December 16, 2010 posted in Conferences 4 comments >>
There is a risk for blindness facing anyone with prolonged diabetes. A news report on a new drug could state, accurately, that tests show the drug reduced that risk by a mere one per cent over a five-year period. But a full-page ad by the drug company could state, accurately, that its new product reduces that risk by a whopping 50 per cent.
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Conference offers a look at Alexandria sea-floor archeology
July 29, 2010 posted in Conferences
The 2011 edition of the World Conference of Science Journalists will take place at the edge of significant new developments in undersea archeology. One optional workshop will take participants from the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Cairo to the port of Alexandria. There, they will watch how robotic submarines and other technology help archeologists find ancient shipwrecks and investigate their cargoes.
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A Glimpse at the June 2011 Cairo World Conference of Science Journalists
July 29, 2010 posted in Conferences
The Seventh World Conference of Science Journalists in Cairo, June 27-29, 2011, is less than a year away. Organizers have already lined up workshops to take reporters deeper into their assignments, seminars to help frame the reporting of science globally, and help in storytelling with the multimedia tools that are increasingly available from anyone’s laptop.
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WFSJ News Conference in San Diego
February 16, 2010 posted in Conferences
The World Federation of Science Journalists invites all science journalists to a news conference
Saturday 20th February 2010 at 5 p.m.
San Diego Convention Centre, Room 8
California, United States
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Coverage of the World Conference of Science Journalists 2009
July 21, 2009 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
1000. Yes! 1000. The organizers of the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists confirm that one thousand science journalists, communicators and scientists participated in the Conference, from June 29th to July 2nd 2009, in London, United Kingdom.
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A Taste of Cairo … and what you’ll be missing
July 16, 2009 posted in Conferences
“It was a difficult decision because all the bids were strong and each had their merits”, said Pallab Ghosh, the outgoing president of the World Federation of Science Journalists, just before announcing that the 7th World Conference of Science Journalists would be held in Cairo, in April 2011.
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WCSJ: Back to the developing world to host the 7th World Conference of Science journalists
July 1, 2009 posted in Conferences 2 comments >>
The next World Conference of Science journalists will be held in Cairo, Egypt, following a successful bid by Arab and American science journalism associations. The winners of the 2011 event - the Arab Science Journalists Association and the U.S.-based National Association of Science Writers – will bring the prestigious bi-annual conference to Cairo for the first time.
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London Calling Science Journalists: and they are there!
June 30, 2009 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
Speech by Pallab Ghosh, President of the World Federation of Science Journalists, delivered on 30th June 2009, at the Opening at Tea Party of the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists, London, United Kingdom
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What happened since April 2007?
June 25, 2009 posted in Conferences
WFSJ has just published the report on its last two-year period, under the present Board led by its President Pallab Ghosh, BBC Science Correspondent.
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Scientists and Science Journalists: Evolving Relationship
June 25, 2009 posted in Conferences
In preparation for the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists opening Tuesday 30th June 2009 in London (United Kingdom), Nature Magazine has put together a dossier on science journalism.
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Ukraine journalist brings a view from the Carpathians
June 24, 2009 posted in Conferences
The Carpathian Mountains are Europe’s biggest deal in high ground and they are where Ukrainian journalist Hanno Hopko’s lifelong concern for the environment first awakened.
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Academic and reporting career brings Beijing freelancer to London
June 22, 2009 posted in Conferences
When Weixiao Chen gets to WCSJ 2009 it will be the most recent stop in her young life’s journey from a small village in Fuijan Province to Beijing, with a trip to Sweden along the way.
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Australian agriculture reporter leaves isolation for London’s meeting of minds
June 15, 2009 posted in Conferences 5 comments >>
As he was preparing for WCSJ 2009, Matthew Cawood was half way through a 4,000-kilometre road trip around south-eastern Australia reporting on drought, and things were looking up.
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[updated] Cairo, Helsinki, Nairobi and Kampala bidding to host 2011 World Conference
June 3, 2009 posted in Conferences
Four countries are competing to host the 7th World Conference of Science Journalists in 2011. As a statement on the growth of science journalism in the developing world, three of the bidders are from the developing world while the fourth is from Europe.  (This posting is a modification of the 3rd June posting on the same topic).
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Science with zip for Russia’s Youth
May 26, 2009 posted in Conferences 4 comments >>
The World Conference of Science Journalists begins June 29 in London, United Kingdom. This is the first of a series of portraits of science journalists who will be there.
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Host the 2011 World Conference of Science Journalists
April 9, 2009 posted in Conferences
IMPORTANT CORRECTION: only bids for the 2011 World Conference of Science Journalists will be reviewed by the Board of the World Federation of Science Journalists, Monday 29th June, in London, United Kingdom.
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Changes in Science Journalism?
March 17, 2009 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
Pallab Ghosh, President of the World Federation of Science Journalists, speaks about the upcoming World Conference of Science Journalists and the changes buffeting the profession of science journalism.
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Climate Change Reporting: science journalists more important than ever
February 18, 2009 posted in Conferences
At the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), in Chicago, 13th February 2009, during the Symposium titled Hot and Hotter: Media Coverage of Climate-Change Impacts, Policies, and Politics, in front of several hundred people, Pallab Ghosh, gave an overview of the challenges facing science journalists in reporting climate change.
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Science Journalism in Crisis?
February 10, 2009 posted in Conferences
Press Briefing AAAS, Chicago 2009 - CNN axes its entire science, technology and environment news staff. In the UK, science supplements in national newspapers are now a thing of the past. Science journalists find themselves moved to the environment beat in a shift of emphasis in news reporting. Are science journalists a dying breed?
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Obama, source of inspiration for science journalists
January 20, 2009 posted in Conferences
In London, today, at the launch of the programme for the 2009 World Conference of Science Journalists which will be held in London next June, Pallab Ghosh, president of the World Federation of Science Journalists, called on science journalists to make sure science benefits all humanity.
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Ugandan gathering a beachhead in Sub-Saharan Africa
December 15, 2008 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
When the Uganda Science Journalists’ Association met in Kampala in late November there were about 150 people jammed inside the Imperial Royale Hotel in a conference room resplendent with long tables and spotless tablecloths.
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Reporters to visit “sand dam? site in Kenya
December 1, 2008 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
Journalists attending the Nairobi conference on science reporting in Dec. 8-11 will take in a field trip to a water conservation site where a simple technology has shown the way to shield farmers from drought. The Kenyan organization called MESHA – Media, Environment, Science, Health, Agriculture – is taking about 40 journalists on what organizer Aghan Daniel calls, “an exciting tour to Kitui district (about two hours drive from Nairobi) to see the famous sand dams … which have shielded a local community from the impact of climate change.”
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London conference opens the gates
November 17, 2008 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
The doors to the sixth World Conference of Science Journalists in London this summer have just opened wider. The conference runs June 30 to July 3, and reporters, editors and broadcast producers with science on their minds can now take advantage of early bird registration discounts alongside members of the Association of British Science Writers.
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Science journalists convene in central and east Africa
November 3, 2008 posted in Conferences
Journalists working toward sharper reporting of scientific developments in East Africa are meeting in three separate conclaves in three cities as the 2009 new year approaches.
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Journalists heading to Britain`s summer of science
September 29, 2008 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
When hundreds of science reporters, editors, broadcast producers and hangers on converge on London next July, they will be neighbours to the headquarters of Britain’s pre-eminent scientific association, the Royal Society itself, as it ramps up for its 350th anniversary. As they settle in to the sixth World Conference of Science Journalists (June 30-July 3) and attend sessions on climate change, GM foods and a slew of other topics, the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition will be in full swing across St. James Park.
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Looking at water in Fez, Morocco
September 15, 2008 posted in Conferences
Reporters and editors from the Arabic-speaking world are heading to Fez, Morocco in October for the first Arab Conference for Science Journalists. Two big ideas will be top of mind for these members of the Arab Science Journalists Association: water scarcity, and the city of Fez itself, celebrating 1,200 years as a vibrant cultural centre in the Arab world.
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Arab Science Journalists Conference
June 3, 2008 posted in Conferences
The Arab Science Journalists Association will in October 25, 2008, gather in Fez, Morocco for the first ever Conference for their colleagues as part of efforts to advance science journalism in the region. The conference would provide Arab science journalists an opportunity to network and exchange experiences as well as an opportunity to meet with, exchange experiences with, and learn from experienced science journalists from other parts of the world.
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London World Conference of Science Journalists launches its website
May 16, 2008 posted in Conferences
(London - 16 May 2008) --- Julie Clayton, Director of the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists, launched the Conference website today.
"This is one more crucial step to raise awareness for the London Conference. We have a superb team. We will surprise you when you join us with hundreds of science journalists from all over the world, in London, on 30th June 2009. Watch this website", said Ms. Clayton.
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Future of WFSJ to be discussed in Barcelona
May 14, 2008 posted in Conferences 1 comment >>
While scientists and decision-makers will be discussing the latest trends in science, 18-22 July in Barcelona during ESOF2008, the members of theWFSJ Board will be focussing on long-term planning of the World Federation of Science Journalists.
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UK to host next world science journalism conference
April 21, 2007 posted in Conferences
Maryke Steffens
18 April 2007
Source: SciDev.Net
[Melbourne] The United Kingdom will host the next World Conference of Science Journalists in 2009, the World Federation of Science Journalists announced in Melbourne, Australia today (18 April).
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Upcoming meetings
April 2, 2007 posted in Conferences
(source: ISWA)
The European Geophysical Union (EGU) holds its General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, April 15-20.More than 8,000 geoscientists will give 4,000 papers and 7,000 posters on subjects ranging from geohazards to climate change, and the presentation of new results from recent planetary probes and the first findings from the ANDRILL (ANtarctic geological DRILLing) program.
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Italy V Britain
March 29, 2007 posted in Conferences
The bid to host the 6th World Conference of Science journalists is shaping up to be a two-way race. So far, only ABSW, the Association of British Science Writers and the Union of Italian Science Journalists (UGIS) have officially sent formal proposals to take charge of the next conference. "I don't expect anymore bids," says Jean-Marc Fleury, executive director of the WFSJ.
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A pat on the bottom to the guys down under
March 23, 2007 posted in Conferences
Forty-nine countries are already represented at the upcoming 5th World Conference of Science Journalists in Melbourne April 16th-20th! More than 400 science journalists and communicators are signed up
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Countdown to the 5th World Conference of Science Journalists
March 13, 2007 posted in Conferences
More than 350 science journalists and communicators from 40 countries have already registered to attend the 5th WCSJ in Melbourne, Australia next month.
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AAAS will host reception for International Reporters in San Francisco
January 18, 2007 posted in Conferences
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) invites international reporters to a reception
15 February, 8-10 pm, at Hotel Nikko, Golden Gate Room
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Melbourne World Conference to look at training programs for Science Journalists
January 18, 2007 posted in Conferences
The 5th World Conference of Science Journalists in Melbourne 16-19 April 2007 will include a special session on training programs for science journalists. The organizers hope to initiate collaboration between the different training programs.
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5th World Conference of Science Journalists
December 1, 2004 posted in Conferences
The 5th World Conference of Science Journalists will be held in Melbourne, Australia, from 17-20 April 2007.
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