For journalist Jodi Rave Spotted Bear, an encounter with the remains of a centuries-old Hidatsa village spoke to the inseparability of science and culture.
Almost 160 years after an epic deluge that washed several California towns out of existence, journalist Christopher Cox wonders: Could it happen again?
A recurring roundup of news about former Knight Science Journalism Fellows, featuring Federico Kukso’s compendium of what the fellows have been writing.
A whirlwind tour of many “-ologies” reveals the ingenuity scientists must employ to devise new ways of seeing, writes journalist Roberta Kwok.
The fellowship’s goal is to better diversify the ranks of science and health journalists and to foster broader and more inclusive coverage of science.
When Project Fellow Sarah Gilman couldn’t get to the Alaskan interior for a reporting project, longtime residents painted the picture for her.