Shortlist for ABSW science prizes at Student Publication Association’s 2019 awards
The ABSW is supporting an award for best science/technology section or publication, and for best science/technology story at the annual student journalism awards.
ABSW travel grants for the WCSJ19: apply now
Apply now for a £500 travel grant to attend the World Conference of Science Journalists, in Lausanne, Switzerland, on 1-5 July, 2019.
ABSW members already automatically get a CHF70 discounted registration fee for the WCSJ2019. And, those members who attend the ABSW summer school, an official satellite event of the WCSJ2019, will also get a further 100 Swiss francs refund on their registration fee for the WCSJ19, in addition to any discounts.
Abel Prize Journalism Scholarships 2019
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters would like to offer two travel scholarships to British science journalists to visit Oslo for the Abel Prize events in May. One scholarship will be made to an early career science journalist (published your first piece of science journalism less than 3 years ago) and the other to a more experienced science journalist (working in the field for more than 3 years). The Academy has also extended an invitation to all ABSW members to attend the Abel Prize Announcement in London on Tuesday March 19, 2019.
ABSW travel grants for CIJ Summer Conference - Apply Now
Apply now for a £500 travel grant to attend the Investigative Journalism Summer Conference: Where new tools meet traditional craft on 4-6 July 2019 in London, UK.
Communications Account Officer, Reading - ECMWF
ECMWF has an opening for a Communications Account Officer, based in Reading, Berkshire.
ECMWF has been entrusted to operate the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) and the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) on behalf of the European Commission until the end of 2020. Copernicus is the European Union (EU) flagship Earth-observation programme.