THE BLOG
  • This is a final retrospective note to the World Conference of Science Journalism in Seoul. The keynote address of June 11, 2015 delivered by Dan Fagin, Associate Professor of Journalism […]

    Challenges for Independent Science Journalism

    This is a final retrospective note to the World Conference of Science Journalism in Seoul. The keynote address of June 11, 2015 delivered by Dan Fagin, Associate Professor of Journalism […]

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science announces that AAAS Kavli Awards in science journalism are now global and encourages journalists/film makers/ documentary makers/ producers to apply for the award […]

    Awards for Science Journalists

    American Association for the Advancement of Science announces that AAAS Kavli Awards in science journalism are now global and encourages journalists/film makers/ documentary makers/ producers to apply for the award […]

  • Day 4 and end of WCSJ 2015 Seoul. Last sessions with dwindling attendance, while the General Assembly of the World Federation got under way. Final act: The closing ceremony with […]

    Last and First Dance

    Day 4 and end of WCSJ 2015 Seoul. Last sessions with dwindling attendance, while the General Assembly of the World Federation got under way. Final act: The closing ceremony with […]

NEWS AND DEBATE
  • “To support the recognition of emerging young medical science journalists and their contribution towards public understanding of science, the “Next Generation of Science Journalists” Award will be presented for the […]

    World Health Summit 2015, October 11-13 , Berlin

    “To support the recognition of emerging young medical science journalists and their contribution towards public understanding of science, the “Next Generation of Science Journalists” Award will be presented for the […]

  • This is a final retrospective note to the World Conference of Science Journalism in Seoul. The keynote address of June 11, 2015 delivered by Dan Fagin, Associate Professor of Journalism […]

    Challenges for Independent Science Journalism

    This is a final retrospective note to the World Conference of Science Journalism in Seoul. The keynote address of June 11, 2015 delivered by Dan Fagin, Associate Professor of Journalism […]

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science announces that AAAS Kavli Awards in science journalism are now global and encourages journalists/film makers/ documentary makers/ producers to apply for the award […]

    Awards for Science Journalists

    American Association for the Advancement of Science announces that AAAS Kavli Awards in science journalism are now global and encourages journalists/film makers/ documentary makers/ producers to apply for the award […]

  • EUSJA journalists have got travel grants to participate to the 3rd Heidelberg Laureate Forum that will take place from August 23 to 28, 2015. The HLF was initiated by the […]

    Travel grants for journalists

    EUSJA journalists have got travel grants to participate to the 3rd Heidelberg Laureate Forum that will take place from August 23 to 28, 2015. The HLF was initiated by the […]

  • Over the past decade the European Health Forum Gastein has developed into an indispensable institution in the scope of European health policy. It has made a decisive contribution to the development […]

    SECURING HEALTH IN EUROPE 

    Over the past decade the European Health Forum Gastein has developed into an indispensable institution in the scope of European health policy. It has made a decisive contribution to the development […]

  • Day 4 and end of WCSJ 2015 Seoul. Last sessions with dwindling attendance, while the General Assembly of the World Federation got under way. Final act: The closing ceremony with […]

    Last and First Dance

    Day 4 and end of WCSJ 2015 Seoul. Last sessions with dwindling attendance, while the General Assembly of the World Federation got under way. Final act: The closing ceremony with […]

  • Barbie Drillsma’s guide for WFSJ
  • A brief history of EUSJA

    The book contains contributions from a number of countries. Not to miss is Wolfgang Goede's piece about Teli, the German association, and how science journalism was performed in Germany during the Nazi era.

    The book is edited by Barbara Drillsma and designed and produced by Vesa Niinikangas. It can be ordered from Eusja secretariat.