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20 May 2019: Monday 8 July 2019, University College London
Considering a career in science journalism?
Taken a career break and want to get back into the field?
Thinking of moving to the science or tech beat?
Gain new skills and insights and get the chance to network with key editors and journalists at the Association of British Science Writers Science & Technology Journalism Summer School.
The summer school is an official satellite event of the WCSJ2019 and for those registered to attend the WCSJ the summer school is free to attend (proof of WCSJ registration required on registration for the summer school by upload of your registration receipt) you will also then receive a 100 Swiss francs refund (50 for students) on the registration fee paid for the WCSJ19 after the WCSJ has taken place by providing evidence of attendance at the summer school which ABSW will provide on request.
4 March 2019: The MJA Awards are now open and are for work first published/broadcast on or between Wednesday February 21, 2018 and Tuesday February 12, 2019. Each award attracts a cash prize of £750, a trophy and an invitation to the MJA Awards ceremony on Wednesday 12 June in London.
9 October 2018: Full day of workshops, lectures and panel discussions on everything from mobile phone journalism and data interactives, to virtual reality and artificial intelligence in journalism. Organised as part of the UK Conference of Science Journalists.
9 October 2018: The ABSW has partnered up with the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) on a special addition to the programme of the UK Conference of Science Journalists 2018.
16 April 2018: The largest gathering of science journalists in the UK, the UK Conference of Science Journalists, is taking place this October and is expected to attract up to 450 delegates. try to grab an early bird rate.
2 January 2018: A panel of expert writers will advise on how to write a book that people will actually want to read...
14 November 2017: Join us for this panel discussion on the future of science journalism and its role in creating an open and participatory society, organised by SciCom 2017, Irish Science and Technology Journalism Association and Association of British Science Writers.
2 October 2017: Join us for an afternoon of talks and panel discussions on science journalism and media careers.
7 August 2017: Science Writers and Communicators of Canada and the Association of British Science Writers are offering one lucky editor from a UK-based publication a chance to fly over to Ottawa to SWCC's four-day annual meeting.