ABSW Awards 2021: submissions now open!

5 January 2021
Recognising excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics journalism and writing

State of Science Writing 2020: panel explores coronavirus impact on science writing

15 December 2020
By Ben Nealon, MSc science communication student, University of Sheffield

Tribute to former ABSW Chair Bernard Dixon

15 December 2020
By Barbie Drillsma

ABSW Awards 2020: winners announced

28 October 2020
Plus the highlights reel from the Awards Ceremony

Covid-19: impact on science journalists - ABSW survey

17 October 2020
How is the Covid-19 pandemic affecting you?

ABSW mentoring scheme: seeking your input

17 October 2020
Help us shape our new mentoring scheme around your needs

European Science Journalist of the Year announced

3 September 2020
Congratulations to this year's winner Maria Pazi and runners-up Mico Tatalovic and Stan van Pelt

ABSW Awards: how does it feel to be shortlisted?

19 August 2020
Reactions from two shortlisted entrants

Three ways to decolonize science journalism

24 July 2020
Decolonising science is important, but we need to decolonise science journalism too

Siri Carpenter to give keynote address at UKCSJ2020

17 July 2020
Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, The Open Notebook and President. National Association of Science Writers keynote address: The Craft of Science Writing

AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards

14 July 2020
Submission to the 2020 Awards now open

ABSW support for tackling racial prejudice: new initiatives

8 July 2020

The death of George Floyd as a white police officer knelt on his neck in Minneapolis, US, and the protests that followed have rightly drawn attention to the issue of institutionalised racism. The same subject is being highlighted by racial disparities in the impact of Covid-19.

ABSW Covid-19 survey: science writers worse off in the pandemic

8 July 2020

Over two-fifths of science writers have found themselves worse off as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, as family commitments, mental health and tightening commissioning budgets took their toll, the ABSW’s recent survey has revealed.

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