In 1934, a dozen pioneering science reporters established the National Association of Science Writers. They wanted a forum in which to join forces to improve their craft and encourage conditions that promote good science writing. Today, NASW has 2,315 members and 374 students.
We're hosting an open discussion about what science communicators need to learn in order to transform them into multimedia ninjas. We are in pursuit of an effective, efficient program to help convey science in the digital age.
An informal guide to the inner workings of the media with practical tips about how early career scientists can get involved. Produced by Sense About Science, an independent UK charitable trust promoting good science and evidence in public debates.