The 2017-18 fellow, an award-winning investigative reporter for Consumer Reports, is up for a National Magazine Award for her article “Too Many Meds? America’s Love Affair With Prescription Medication.”
“The IAP sessions seemed like a great opportunity to give back to the MIT community. which has welcomed us here so openheartedly, and I was glad to see so many people sign up and attend.”
Monitoring the Chandra satellite, which watches for the birth and death of stars, galaxies, and clusters of galaxies. Launched in 1999, it has lasted far beyond its planned lifetime of five years.
What makes a great science story? Jane Qiu’s award-winning saga of Tibetan livestock herders gets a thorough annotation in The Open Notebook. And Rowan Jacobsen talks about a crop that “smells like a sea breeze skipping over the shore.”
The Knight Science Journalism Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is pleased to announce that 10 elite science journalists from four countries have been selected as fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. The KSJ@MIT program, entering its 35th year, brings a selection of the world’s finest journalists to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for an academic […]
To conclude their second semester — before a graduation-week gala that included a presidential diploma ceremony, a farewell dinner, and an outing to the bleachers in Fenway Park — each of the 10 fellows in KSJ’s Class of 2016-17 gave a half-hour “Showcase” presentation of highlights from the year in Cambridge.