The second North Carolina Science Blogging Conference will take place Saturday, 19 of January.
From Scientific American: Top 25 Science Stories of 2007.
There are new reports from the European Commission worth reading – European Research in the Media: what do Media Professionals think?, European Research in the Media: the Researcher’s point of view.
Another interesting report: Science News ? Overview of Science Reporting in the EU.
A very useful document: European Guide to Science Journalism Training.
The latest edition of Science & Public Affairs, the online magazine of the British Association for the Advancement of Science has several articles about science reporting in the press.
Worth reading: Is Good Scientific Journalism Possible?
From Online Journalism Review: Can science blogs save science journalism?
A recent article from EMBO Reports: Science communication media for scientists and the public
From Columbia Journalism Review: What’s Healthy? Don’t ask scientists, or the press either.
Science journalism in developing countries: Extremophile Journalism.
David Whitehouse writes in yesterday’s Independent about the embargo in science news: Science reporting’s dark secret.
The Guardian and The Observer are discussing over a new report on the MMR/autism scare.
Communicating Risk is a website developed by the European Journalism Centre with the support of the European Commission DG Research.
The winner will be announced in the fall, but you can already vote for your favourites in the Nikon Small World contest.
An interesting piece in Scientific curiosity: Scientific Communications in Web 2.0 Context
Worth reading: Press releases and the framing of science journalism.
A very interesting and ongoing discussion about the tense relationship between scientists and science journalists.
An interesting multimedia package from The New York Times: Photographing Science.
The Science Museum, London, is celebrating the “world’s largest physics experiment”: Big Bang
From American Scientist: Open Access and the Progress of Science.