Hailing from seven countries and five continents, the journalists will converge on Cambridge to learn from some of the world’s top scientists and storytellers.
A recurring roundup of news about former KSJ Fellows, featuring Federico Kukso’s compendium of what the fellows have been writing.
With “enterprise and persistence,” The Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News and Observer uncovered the wide-ranging impact of an underregulated poultry industry.
The fellowship combines a position at STAT with an educational component through MIT’s prestigious Knight Science Journalism Program.
Brookshire’s debut book takes readers from the worshipped rats of the Karni Mata Temple to the hunted pythons of the Everglades, and asks: What can our pests tell us about ourselves?
The Science Magazine editor is taking time at MIT to explore big picture issues related to the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.