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  • By Robert Frederick digital managing editor, American Scientist magazine From the time I was a child, whenever I heard the word “Copenhagen” I would think of the song that starts “Wonderful, wonderful […]

    ECSJ2017: An American in Copenhagen

    By Robert Frederick digital managing editor, American Scientist magazine From the time I was a child, whenever I heard the word “Copenhagen” I would think of the song that starts “Wonderful, wonderful […]

  • This year again EUSJA is offered a fellowship for 10 selected journalists to attend 2 days during the Berlin Science Week (7 – 8 November) and the Falling Walls Conference (November 9). The […]

    Berlin Science Week

    This year again EUSJA is offered a fellowship for 10 selected journalists to attend 2 days during the Berlin Science Week (7 – 8 November) and the Falling Walls Conference (November 9). The […]

  • We have got 10 invitations for EUSJA members to attend the Congress of the European Pain Federation (EFIC) “Pain in Europe”. EUSJA journalists were invited to this important scientific event twice – […]

    Bringing Pain Relief…

    We have got 10 invitations for EUSJA members to attend the Congress of the European Pain Federation (EFIC) “Pain in Europe”. EUSJA journalists were invited to this important scientific event twice – […]

  • EUSJA has 8 grants for its members to attend European Health Forum Gastein and to meet outstanding scientists and policy makers. It is a wonderful place for journalists who cover […]

    A Better Future for Europe

    EUSJA has 8 grants for its members to attend European Health Forum Gastein and to meet outstanding scientists and policy makers. It is a wonderful place for journalists who cover […]

  • It’s a real shooting star: The new writing format emerges wherever you look throughout Europe and the world. With new job opportunities for science journalists! At the European Conference of […]

    Shooting Star: Easy-To-Read – How to Write it

    It’s a real shooting star: The new writing format emerges wherever you look throughout Europe and the world. With new job opportunities for science journalists! At the European Conference of […]

  • In recent years the world has seen a surge of populist movements that deny or distort scientific facts. Europe is not immune to these developments as can be seen in […]

    Make scientific facts great again. What Europe can do about it!

    In recent years the world has seen a surge of populist movements that deny or distort scientific facts. Europe is not immune to these developments as can be seen in […]

  • 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.