The handbook, authored by some of the world’s top science journalists, is now free to download in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
Journalists Emily Anthes, Apoorva Mandavilli, and Ed Yong spoke about the structures and incentives that shape science — and how Covid-19 is changing them.
In partnership with KSJ@MIT and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, new STAT Fellowship recognizes and supports underrepresented early career U.S. science journalists.
Twenty-one distinguished journalists will pursue a diverse range of projects related to science, health, technology, and the environment.
Journalists Erin Brodwin and Katherine Wu joined health policy expert Carmel Shachar to offer tips on reporting with depth, compassion, and a suitable dose of skepticism.
Journalists from NPR, Yale Environment 360, and Southerly Magazine spoke about the urgency of the climate crisis — and how to tell stories that resonate.