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Country:
South Africa
What do you do?
Reporter, Editor
Organisation
SciDev.Net and others
Fields of interest
science
Email address
christina.scott@scidev.net
Website:
http://www.scidev.net
Languages
English, a smattering of Afrikaans and Zulu, a little very bad French
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Based in Cape Town, was in Johannesburg and before that Durban. Former science editor of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (tv and radio) and still do the occasional radio and tv. Edit books and write them occasionally. Work with the World Federation of Science Journalists. Adore strong coffee from Kenya. Going to Sydney in July.

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At 15:46 on September 8, 2009, Subhra Priyadarshini said…
Hi Christina,
A big hello to you! The committee is rocking already and I am so happy to be part of it. Though I haven't had a chance to contribute much lately, I am hoping I can in the next round. Nice to connect with you here as well.
Best
Subhra
At 5:32 on August 8, 2007, Valeria ROMAN said…
Hi Christina! I am Valeria Román, from Argentina. We met in Melbounre. I hope you are fine!
At 20:24 on July 5, 2007, Christina Scott said…
Hello Shahid Bhai! I was largely raised in Durban, big ex-Indian population, nice food - I have a couple of Bhais and Gorefois and Auntijis in the family! SciDev has guidelines, I can send you some .... although the best thing to do is speak to TV Padma about story ideas, she's got a good grip on matters from New Delhi (and read the website of course; it's amazing the number of people who say they want to write for SciDev.Net but won't read it!)
At 16:58 on July 5, 2007, Shahidul Islam Chowdhury said…
I don’t understand how you make out the way to address in our local language ‘Shahid “Bhai”…It is a popular and much practiced way here in my country. Had you ever been in Bangladesh?

I was in trouble in uploading picture. I hope you will get as I have sent picture to Mike hoping that he would be able to overcome the technical problem.

Anyway, how do you cover issues from Bangladesh? Does SciDev.net have a correspondent here? Should I write for SciDev.net? What is the guideline?

Thanks and regards, keep in touch.

Shahid, Dhaka
At 16:09 on June 29, 2007, Christina Scott said…
Radio Lotus, to be specific. Rajiv Kamal. I heard it on air. (I heard Kennedy Abwao, your old colleague from SciDev.Net as well) So ... I have just had a request. Who is the most charismatic scientist in Africa? The kind who will attract hard-bitten reporters to a conference and send them away all fired up with enthusiasm? And I battled! Your ideas? Or should the organisers go for an international bigwig? I know lots of good scientists but they're not always great speakers.
At 15:42 on June 29, 2007, MikeShanahan said…
Hi Christina
Glad to see you here at last. And thanks for giving my name to the SABC presenter who called yesterday.

Cheeers
Mike
At 11:02 on June 27, 2007, Christina Scott said…
Look, Mike, I finally made it on here.
 
 
 

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