The Knight Science Journalism Fellow considers the potential for remote sensing. We have the technology, we can get the data, what are we going to do with it?
The Knight Science Journalism Fellow reflects on her reporting of a murder mystery solved, in part, by science.
A recurring roundup of news about former KSJ Fellows, featuring Federico Kukso’s compendium of what the fellows have been writing.
The fellowship, developed through a generous gift from the global publishing company, Springer Nature, was created in honor of the pioneering Egyptian science journalist, Mohammed Yahia, who died last year at the age of 41.
The Knight Science Journalism Fellow turns his focus from infectious disease to a different kind of viral spread: today’s media landscape as a digital breeding ground for misinformation.
Former Knight Science Journalism Fellow Hilke Schellmann is an investigative journalist with experience holding powerful people accountable. As those people hand decision-making power to artificial intelligence, Schellmann brings accountability to AI.