A recurring roundup of news about former Knight Science Journalism Fellows, featuring Federico Kukso’s compendium of what the fellows have been writing.
From offering early advice on prepping for the pandemic to analyzing formative disasters in humanity’s more distant past, Newitz, an opinion contributor for The New York Times, has sought to help readers feel more prepared and empowered.
In the effort to contain COVID-19, science journalists around the world are stepping up to do their part. As some journalists grapple with the science behind virology and epidemiology studies, others are telling the stories of lives affected by the virus. In the process, they are exploring ways in which the unfolding pandemic is changing […]
Over the past two months, dozens of former Knight Science Journalism fellows have filed smart and impactful stories about the coronavirus pandemic. They’ve covered the crisis from every angle, and from every corner of the world.
In January, Judy Foreman (‘90) celebrated the launch of her third book, “Exercise is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging,” published by Oxford University Press. In the book, Foreman delves into the latest research on evolutionary biology, exercise physiology, and the emerging field of geroscience to unravel exercise’s myriad effects on the brain, muscles, […]
Former fellows Pakinam Amer, Magnus Bjerg, and Jeff DelViscio were part of a team that used artificial intelligence to conjure a tragic alternate history of the Apollo 11 moon mission.