Ever wonder what it takes to get a science story published or produced? In many cases, it’s just three sentences. Come celebrate the launch of our new magazine — and pitch a story while you’re at it.
The application period for the 2016-17 Knight Science Journalism Fellowship program will open on January 1. Science journalists from around the world are encouraged to apply.
In his latest film, documentary filmmaker Ian Cheney takes viewers on an imagined journey to Mars, that they might better understand life on Earth.
Journalists from around the country will descend on the offices of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT for the KSJ/Kavli Nanotechnology 2015 workshop.
The joint annual meeting of the National Association of Science Writers and the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, known as ScienceWriters2015, arrives at MIT this week. The conference promises much, and is setting attendance records.
We’re excited to roll out the new Knight Science Journalism website this week, not only because it’s a brighter, smarter look, but because it’s a signal of other coming changes at the program. Among these: resource pages for science writers, a forthcoming digital magazine, and a refurbished blog.