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 stem cell research.
News articles are commissioned in-house on a Friday. These articles, as well as commissioned comment pieces and reviews, are edited and collated by the editorial team on or before Monday and published on the BioNews website. A collection of the week's articles - as well as recommended readings, event listings and job advertisements - is published in newsletter form on Monday afternoons and sent to BioNews subscribers.
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 and international research organisations and many more entities of whom work in fields related to science, medicine and technology, and are keen to publish high-quality work.
We are currently recruiting new science journalists and science writers to join our permanent pool of freelancers. We promise to deliver our clients clear, concise, compelling content, and that’s why we need you.
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 cardiovascular system, vascular risk, risk mitigation and life-long take-aways on 'keeping your pipes clean'. More details on location and provenance on application.
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.
The objectives of this training workshop are:
- to provide factual information on the state of immunization in Europe
- increase journalism skills for accurate immunization science coverage
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 economics and new technologies change the working environment for journalists. This is a concern for the profession and in the wider society, as it threatens the journalists’ watchdog role, a crucial part of a functioning democracy. For science journalists, stories come increasingly from the corporate sector and the digital industries, making new demands on their investigative skills.
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, all to report on and explain the latest climate science and related policy issues.
You’ll spend time shadowing members of staff and helping out with the different tasks carried out by each part of the team. These all centre on climate change, but include policy writing, science writing, multimedia and social media.