Three insights for science writers from the Covid-19 pandemic

Reflections from Andy Ridgway, Senior Lecturer in Science Communication, University of the West of England and RETHINK principal investigator
9 Dec 2021

Call for mentors

As we roll out the ABSW mentoring scheme, we are looking to expand our mentoring team
23 Nov 2021

Nigel Hawkes

Obituary by Nicolas Booth
12 Nov 2021

Six months on, solutions journalism mentoring is tackling Covid recovery in varied ways

Reflections from Christine Ro on the COJO Against COVID project
9 Nov 2021

ABSW Christmas party: In vivo or in virtuo?

Seeking your views
9 Nov 2021

Spark Grant Initiative: submissions now open

Grants up to $20,000 available
5 Oct 2021

2021 European science journalism awards winners announced

Recognising and promoting excellence and innovation in science journalism across Europe
21 Sep 2021

Tackling the ‘neuro-nonsense’ that supports gender stereotypes

‘Noise in Neuroscience’, will create the first definite good practice guide to responsible communication of research into sex/gender and the brain.
14 Sep 2021

Civic Science Storytelling Award

A US-UK Fulbright Commission award for an early-career journalist with a deep knowledge of science, and a passion for public engagement
12 Aug 2021

ABSW partners on constructive journalism project to help the UK recover from the pandemic

An 18-month, £280,000 project led by Bournemouth University, and funded by UKRI via the Arts and Humanities Research Council​
27 Apr 2021

ABSW mentoring scheme: register today for the pilot phase

Limited places available
9 Mar 2021

ABSW Board elections

Cast your vote today
23 Feb 2021

Social media censorship?

If you have been blocked from posting or promoting science stories on social media, we would love to hear from you
23 Feb 2021

American Geophysical Union journalism awards

Nominations now open
22 Feb 2021

ABSW Board: nominations now open!

Deadline Monday 22 February
9 Feb 2021

ABSW Awards 2021: submissions now open!

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

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

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