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FALLING WALLS FELLOWSHIP FOR JOURNALISTS
The fellowship is aimed at journalists and bloggers who would like to advance their knowledge in the area of sciences.
The fellows get the opportunity to attend the Falling Walls Lab, Falling Walls Venture and the Falling Walls Conference as well as an additional programme in Berlin around 8 and 9 November 2017.
The fellowship includes travel expenses, accommodation and conference fees.
WHO CAN APPLY?
Freelance and full-time journalists or bloggers with at least three years of professional experience.
APPLICATION & DEADLINE
Apply online at www.falling-walls.com/fellowships/science-fellowship
Application deadline: 25 June 2017
Further information is available online at http://www.falling-walls.com/fellowships/science-fellowship
SciencePOD, which stands for Science Prose On-Demand, provides science writing and editing service to academic publishers, research organisations and many more entities of whom work in fields related to science, medicine and technology. We predominately publish bespoke magazine-style articles in a slick tablet-ready platform targeted at mainstream audiences.
Nature Publishing Group (NPG) is a publisher of high impact scientific and medical information in print and online. NPG publishes journals, online databases, and services across the life, physical, chemical and applied sciences and clinical medicine.
Chief Careers Editor, Nature
Preferably London or New York, but also open to San Francisco
We are looking for a Chief Careers Editor for the journal Nature, to lead a team in building a vibrant digital hub of editorial content that furthers the careers of scientists at all stages of their careers.
The Chief Careers Editor will be a natural innovator who thrives online. You will have significant experience in senior roles in scientific publishing and editing, with a proven track record managing editors and writers as well as experience in science journalism.
You will oversee the creation of editorially independent content focusing on research career trends and issues, and enabling researchers in their work. This content will be published online and in Nature’s print magazine, and might include service features, Q&As, how-to videos, personal essays, expert columns, advice columns, obituaries, announcements.
Your team will also curate relevant content to an online Careers hub designed to enhance the lives and careers of working scientists.
This role will also involve overseeing independently executed but commercially driven (such as sponsored) content for the hub and guiding a lively blog updating researchers on news in the career sector.
The Chief Careers Editor will also participate in the organization of Nature Careers Expos, helping to develop panel ideas and source speakers
Applicants must have an existing right to live and work in the country they wish to work in. The level of appointment will be commensurate with experience.
For further details and to apply upload a copy of your CV and covering letter, stating salary expectations.
Closing Date: Monday 20 June 2016
U.S.-based biotech magazine Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (http://www.genengnews.com/) is looking to expand its coverage of life science and biotechnology developments in Europe.
Experience in writing about the life sciences, biotechnology and/or the pharmaceutical industry a must. Looking for tech-savvy reporters across the biotechnologies spectrum with particular expertise in drug discovery, genomics and bioprocessing. Writers with research and lab experience in academia or industry or both preferred; writers holding a doctoral degree a plus.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The European School of Oncology (ESO) is seeking nominations for its annual Best Cancer Reporter Award which honours excellence in cancer journalism. The Award is presented each year to a professional journalist who has made an outstanding contribution to enhancing public understanding about cancer.
The winning journalist will receive a price of €10,000 and there will also be one runner up prize of €5,000. In addition, articles from award-winning journalists will be published in ESO’s Cancer World magazine (www.cancerworld.org)
Would you like to nominate a journalist from your country who deserves to be recognised for excellence in cancer journalism?
Do you think that you should be rewarded for your critical and accurate reporting on cancer?
If so, submit a nomination form to ESO by April 30, 2013.
For full details and a nomination form visit
or contact Corinne Hall
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