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The DC Science Writer’s Association professional development day was this Saturday. It was an inspiring day with lots of food for thought! Storytelling was definitely a theme in several sessions, as was the notion of “selling” your story, whether it’s to an … Continue reading
I moved back to Washington, D.C. in April after 4 years in Cambridge, England. Conveniently, the DC Science Writers Association was holding its annual professional development day just after my arrival, which gave me a great opportunity to meet up … Continue reading
One of my favorite parts of the AAAS annual meeting used to be scoring a copy of the book of reprints of the science journalism award-winning articles. The 1998 meeting was my first, and as a graduate student I figured … Continue reading
Annals Of Medicine Letting Go What should medicine do when it can’t save your life? by aAtul Gawande via newyorker.com one for the journalism/medical writing files. Excellent piece.
An unsystematic list of articles, etc. discussed at #UKCSJ, immortalized here for reference. I’m not telling how many of these I have/have not read. Please feel free to add more! Twitter transcript Climategate: Hot topic: Fred Pearce’s ‘climate wars’ coverage … Continue reading