The Knight Science Journalism program at MIT, an internationally renowned mid-career fellowship program, is proud to announce that ten elite science journalists from four countries will make up its Class of 2018-19. Each year the KSJ program, which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, brings journalists to Cambridge for a ten-month fellowship that allows […]
“I like demystifying things for readers and I like tackling difficult subjects.” Photo: Joshua Hatch. This is the tenth in a series of profiles of the 2017-18 Knight Science Journalism fellows, written by students in MIT’s Graduate Program in Science Writing. It can be upsetting to be told you have a government microchip in […]
“So many things are happening here … so many things that will change the world. To actually be here and to see it for yourself is amazing.”
Finding innovative ways of communicating science by embedding scientific concepts in children’s stories — and using multimedia tools to add an online dimension.
To help hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico regain safe drinking water and electricity, the MIT D-Lab recently volunteered in a project to build solar-paneled trailers with purification and charging systems. One of the volunteers was Teresa Carr, a 2017-18 Knight Science Journalism fellow.