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Scientific American launches innovative new version of magazine
... delivering the tradition of excellence in science journalism
that Scientific Americans three million readers have come to depend on. For well over a century, Scientific American has been where science and technology authorities have explained their work directly to the public, said John Rennie, Scientific Am...
2007 Joint Assembly in Acapulco -- press conference schedule
...Acapulco, El Cabaret Ballroom AGU will present two journalism
awards at Joint Assembly, as part of Honors Evenin...re encouraged to attend the awards ceremony. These journalism
awards, previously announced, will be presented: David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Jou...
2007 Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award winner announced
...o-the-guts.html Peter Aldhous got his start in journalism
in 1989 as a reporter for Nature, shortly after ea...plications for the future. Intelligent, perceptive journalism
written in broadly accessible language plays a primary role in communicating progress in biomedicine...
AAAS/EurekAlert! refocus on China with 2007 Fellowships for Science Reporters in Developing Regions
...entific infrastructure is making sure that science journalism
is also strong," Turekian said. Winners of the 2...ng Wang, Xinhua News Agency -- Yanhong started her journalism
career in 1995, and switched to science journalism
in 1997. During 2000 to 2003, she served as the s...
EMBO honors triple talents of UK scientist, author, broadcaster
...at Makes Us Human, was aired in August 2006. Print journalism
has also become familiar territory for the scientist, who is a regular contributor to newspapers like The Times, The Independent and the New York Times. The EMBO selection panel said of the winner: "Leroi masters the worlds of science writing and b...
Pam Henderson receives plant pathology journalism award
...esent Pam Henderson with our first plant pathology journalism
award," said APS Office of Public Affairs and Education Director Doug Jardine. "We truly appreciate her efforts to educate the public about plant pathology and how this science plays an important role in keeping our food supply safe and environment ...
Dover 'intelligent design' decision to be topic of national forum
...sed forum, moderated by Deborah Blum, professor of journalism
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Pulitzer Prize-winning science journalist. Blum will moderate a panel of six scholars that includes Eugenie C. Scott, executive director for the California-based National Center for Science Education; Robe...
AAAS and EurekAlert! announce winners of the 2006 Fellowships for Reporters from Developing Regions
...ta Jansen, O Globo (Brazil) Roberta has studied journalism
at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. She...restigious El Financiero in 1996, while pursuing a journalism
degree at the Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM). Her early reporting focused on the enter...
Winners of 2005 AAAS Science Journalism Awards
...an independent television producer and former AAAS journalism
prize winner who served as a judge. "Overbye write...aving an impact. Her series "is everything science journalism
should be," Siegfried said. "It's thorough, accurate, compelling and dramatic. It weaves the science...
Science, AAAS select two for new minority internship
... for science-minded journalists. After taking some journalism
classes during a semester abroad in Hong Kong, Tran has become more critical of science journalism
and the unintentional mistakes journalists can make in reporting science news, such as presenting a ...
Winners of AIBS Media Awards announced
...itarian aid groups. An honorable mention for print journalism
was awarded to ELIZABETH PENNISI, for "The Secret ...o focus on organismal biology. She started science journalism
at UPI, and along the way has worked for Discover, The Scientist, and Science News. The AIBS Media ...
Stem Cells: Saving Lives or Crossing Lines?
... from the worlds of science, business, government, journalism
and academia to discuss whether the United States can and should be a leader in human embryonic stem cell research and to recommend how to engage the public in a dialogue on this vital issue." Titled "Stem Cells: Saving Lives or Crossing Lines," the...