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Association of British Science Writers. Producer of the UK Conference of Science Journalists, and of ABSW Science Writers Awards for Britain and Ireland.
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ABSW May 17
Bionews Genetics Editor, Part-Time Salary: £9,000-£11,500 for two days per week (depending on experience and qualifications) BioNews is a free web and email-based digest of news and developments in assisted conception, human genetics and embryo and st…
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ABSW May 17
Science Writer/Journalist/Editor - SciencePOD SciencePOD, which stands for Science Prose On-Demand, delivers a high-quality science journalism, science writing and editing service to academic publishers, R&D focused organisations such as corporations an…
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Hilda Bastian May 17
w00t! Not exaggerating health evidence claims in a press release improved news accuracy & didn't decrease news coverage. Cool trial from Rachel Adams &co
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CIJ May 16
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ABSW May 15
Don't forget to join us for the ABSW awards ceremony and the annual Scientists meet the Media reception - open to all ABSW members:
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Yves Sciama May 13
So there is likely a European Monsanto file with hundreds of names of journalists from every country, as in France. @wcsj2019 Bayer says Monsanto likely kept files on influential people across...
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NUJ LondonFreelance May 13
“Twitter is a good way to show you have expertise in a specific area. It shows editors what you are thinking of writing about, which can lead to commissions. Also, go to lots of networking events. is great for writing - lots of resources!
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ABSW May 12
Free registration for Lausanne 1-5 July 2019 - World Conference of Science Journalists for ABSW members: The ABSW is a founding member of the European Federation for Science Journalism, so the organisers of the WCSJ19 are offering us five (5) additional free registrations fo…
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ABSW May 10
Children's Writer, STEM Ambassadors A STEM ambassador adept at writing for young people - to develop content, write and support an engaging, exciting, inspirational and flexible learning module for children (Junior into secondary years) on the cardiovas…
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ABSW May 10
European Immunization Training Workshop, WFSJ - Switzerland The World Federation of Science Journalists is organizing a 2.5 day Free European Immunization Training Workshop at the Brocher Foundation site on 14-16 October 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. Th…
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ABSW May 10
Editorial Administrator, Inspired Selection Are you an enthusiastic communicator with a passion for medical publishing? Inspired Selection is an international medical journals publisher based in London. They are now looking to hire an Editorial Adminis…
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ABSW May 9
Investigative Science Journalism Course, Cambridge The University of Cambridge is pleased to let ABSW members know about a forthcoming short course on investigative science journalism. Investigative journalism is becoming more challenging as media eco…
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ABSW May 9
Journalism Internship, CarbonBrief Carbon Brief’s award-winning journalism and analysis is respected by scientists, journalists, policymakers and campaigners around the world. We write articles and create data visualisations, infographics and videos, al…
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ABSW May 9
The Today Student journalism awards The Today Student journalism awards launched on the 2nd of May 2019. It will recognise excellence in student journalism, in six categories, that include, broadcast print and visual journalism. The winner of this year’…
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ABSW May 7
Apply for a £500 ABSW grant to attend the @cij Summer Conference in London
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ABSW May 6
ABSW board member wins a prestigious Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT The Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT seeks to nurture and enhance the ability of journalists from around the world to accurately illuminate the complex intersection…
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ABSW May 6
Congratulations to Association of British Science Writers (ABSW) board member Richard Fisher, and winners Eva Wolfangel (2018, European award) and Anil Ananthaswamy (2013, Investigative award) for winning the Knight Science Journalism at MIT …
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ABSW May 3
Finalists announced for the UK and Ireland’s top science journalism awards After consideration of two hundred and seventy entries, the judges have decided on the finalists in this year’s Association of British Science Writers’ Awards for Britain and Ire…
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Mićo Tatalović May 3
Congratulations to everyone shortlisted for and good luck! See some of you at awards ceremony on 28 May
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ABSW May 3
Congratulations to finalists for News item of the Year
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