Journalists Emily Anthes, Apoorva Mandavilli, and Ed Yong spoke about the structures and incentives that shape science — and how Covid-19 is changing them.
Isabella Cueto Awarded First Annual Sharon Begley-STAT Science Reporting Fellowship
In partnership with KSJ@MIT and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, new STAT Fellowship recognizes and supports underrepresented early career U.S. science journalists.
Knight Science Journalism Program Names 2021-22 Project Fellows
Twenty-one distinguished journalists will pursue a diverse range of projects related to science, health, technology, and the environment.
At Latest KSJ Webinar, Health, Medicine, and Covid-19 Take Center Stage
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.
In KSJ’s Science Editing Webinar Series, a Masterclass on Climate Journalism
Journalists from NPR, Yale Environment 360, and Southerly Magazine spoke about the urgency of the climate crisis — and how to tell stories that resonate.
They Don’t Just Fall Out of Trees: Three Science Writers on the Art of Finding Expert Sources
In a wide-ranging webinar, journalists Wudan Yan, Melinda Wenner Moyer, and Roxanne Khamsi shared insider tips for finding and vetting sources.