Health News Review has won one of the Knight-Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism.
From Columbia Journalism Review: Weird Science: Why editors must dare to be dumb
“Science reporters’ top challenges include finding photos and well-spoken researchers” – conclusions of the Science Communications Survey (pdf), conducted by EurekAlert! and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, July 2006.
From Adventures in Ethics and Science, you should read Journalism, advocacy, and distrust of scientists.
From Science & the City: CSI, Crime Scene Insects. “A new interactive exhibit at the New York Hall of Science”
Science for all: is public engagement engaging the public?
[3–4 April 2006, Manchester Conference Centre]
From the European Research Information Centre: ETHNIC – Minorities to science and technology!
Children are children, no matter where they are born – but do they all have the same opportunities to attain their maximum potential? The ETHNIC project set out to raise awareness of science and technology among children and their parents from ethnic minorities. All too often even in our modern European societies young people from ethnic minorities are being left behind in terms of educational achievement partly due to circumstance and partly due to low expectations.