ABSW Awards Ceremony 2019
All ABSW members are invited to attend the ABSW Awards Ceremony 2019 to celebrate the very best in science, technology, engineering and mathematics journalism in UK and Ireland.
Join us at the Science Museum's brand new Illuminate event space on Tuesday 28 May 2019 to find out the winners of this year's awards and then afterwards at the same venue for the annual Scientists Meet the Media reception organised by the Science Museum and Royal Society. RSVP is essential by Friday 10 May via the RSVP link below.
The ABSW Awards are sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Innovation, plus individual category support from The Royal Society, The Dr Katharine Giles Fund and NUJ Stephen White.
Meet your new ABSW Executive Board
Here are the individuals elected to serve on the ABSW Executive Board at last week's AGM. These individuals will serve two years on the Board as at the AGM the standing orders were amended so that individuals are now elected for two year terms rather than one. Congratulations to them all.
ABSW science sessions at CIJ investigative Summer Conference
The ABSW has partnered up with CIJ for the second year running, to bring the science beat closer to investigative reporters.
We are organizing three sessions on science reporting at the CIJ’s Investigative Journalism Summer Conference: Where new tools meet traditional craft on 4-6 July 2019 in London, UK.
ABSW also has five travel grants for its members to attend the conference, and all ABSW members get 20% discount on registration.
The science sessions this year are the following:
Shortlist for ABSW science prizes at Student Publication Association’s 2019 awards
The ABSW is supporting an award for best science/technology section or publication, and for best science/technology story at the annual student journalism awards.
ABSW travel grants for CIJ Summer Conference - Apply Now
Apply now for a £500 travel grant to attend the Investigative Journalism Summer Conference: Where new tools meet traditional craft on 4-6 July 2019 in London, UK. The deadline has been extended to 31 May.
European Geosciences Union Awards - new award for journalism
EGU establishes new award for Earth, planetary and space science journalism.
The Angela Croome Award is the newest addition to the EGU awards and medals portfolio. It aims to recognise journalists who show continued, excellent and successful reporting of Earth, space or planetary sciences.