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Wonderful story about a long-time science writer

I thoroughly enjoyed this story about David Perlman, the science editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. I thought members of this group mig…

Started by Elizabeth Thomson

3 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by DR. SYED MD. ZAINUL ABEDIN

What will power Europe's future?

Go to the EUSJA session for science journalists at ESOF 2012 in Dublin, Ireland: Date: July 15 Time: 13:15 – 14:45 Place: Wicklow Hall 2B,…

Started by Hanns-J. (Hajo) Neubert

0 Jul 2, 2012

Covering science without a science background

I regularly cover health and well I find it interesting. However I find difficulties when dealing with some complex scientific issues in so…

Started by Rosebell Kagumire

8 Aug 9, 2011
Reply by Anshu Arora

What is in the pipeline? -- Invitation

Invitation to reception on 29th June at WCSJ2011 The European Union of Science Journalists' Associations EUSJA and the Finnish Association…

Started by Hanns-J. (Hajo) Neubert

0 Jun 20, 2011

Telecommunication expansion and Digital divide in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country of more than 15 core people. There are 5.5 core  users are now using mobile or PSTN phone for communication. This j…

Started by Kamrul Hasan

0 Aug 8, 2010

Energy Reporting

Bangladesh is a country where is the main problem energy crisis to devlopment. At least 55 percent people out of the electrycity. 45 Percen…

Started by Sanjoy chaki

0 Jul 22, 2010

LANCEMENT DE L'ALLIANCE DE JOURNALISTES SCIENTIFIQUES AFRICAINS DE LA DIASPORA (AJSAD)

C’est un grand plaisir pour nous de vous annoncer la création de l’Alliance de Journalistes Scientifiques Africains de la Diaspora, l’« AJS…

Started by David ILUNGA KABANGA

1 Apr 28, 2010
Reply by David ILUNGA KABANGA

Norway: Brainwashed Science on TV Creates Storm

Bjørn Vassnes, Science Journalist, Norway, reports about a recent outbreak of a science debate in Norway: Normally, science is not a subje…

Started by Hanns-J. (Hajo) Neubert

0 Apr 26, 2010

Connecting scientist with companies

If we understand open innovation as the intentional use of inflows and outflows of knowledge with the aim of accelerating internal innovati…

Started by David Rafols

0 Mar 10, 2010

Society's projections of science, climate change

Social sciences are increasingly important, as was also shown during the last World Science Forum, November 2009. We, as (natural) science…

Started by Hanns-J. (Hajo) Neubert

0 Nov 30, 2009

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