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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:

How to write opinion articles - two-day workshop 25/26 April, Imperial College London

This is an intensive two-day workshop aimed at writers, academics and policy researchers/analysts who want to learn how to pitch and write opinion/analysis articles for publication. The emphasis will be on basic knowledge and practical skills.

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.

Here is the shortlist for the two categories announced this week:

The UK and Ireland’s top awards for student newspapers and magazines are back.

With 21 categories, the SPA Awards recognise work at all levels of student publications.

Martha Henriques event organiser and Board member reports on this ABSW panel discussion...

Science journalists from any European country and working in any medium (print, online, broadcast) can now enter the most prestigious award for science journalism in Europe.


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