The web site has PDF files of entry forms and details of what qualifies.
in Switzerland) for the 57th meeting of noble laureates in Physiology or
Medicine? 50 Laureates will be meeting 500 of the world's most talented
young scientists of tomorrow.
This EUSJA study trip takes place from 1st - 6th of July. You have to
pay your own travel costs, the hotel is paid for and you will receive
100 euros towards any meals that are not provided.
Please let me know if you would like a place ASAP.
Association of British Science Writers (ABSW)
Wellcome Wolfson Building
165 Queen's Gate
0870 770 3361
Want to join the fun? Start filing away stuff for next year's competition. Or you could, if you can afford it, become a sponsor.
The service aims itself at science communicators. AthenaWeb's web site has a top 5 "hit videos as well as an RSS news feed. The list of Science & media events looks like an itinerary for a pretty good tour of Europe, make that the world, they even list the "2007 World Congress of Science and Factual Producers" which happens in November in New York City.
The announcement of this initiative on AlphaGalileo, Leading Writers Across Europe Take On Science Stories For Television Drama, has details of the projects. There is also a lot more on EuroWistdom at its own web site.
"Program highlights include: Primer on nanoscale science; hands-on experiences in nanotechnology labs; one-on-one meetings with faculty and inventors."
It is in the run up to the 30th Anniversary Celebration: The Future of Nanotechnology.
Seems to be an opportunity to get your hands dirty in a small way.
Lots of nice quotes. "In a good science book, you are likely to read not just something you have never read before but something nobody has written before."
And he even managed to provoke a debate among readers. Perhaps there is life in the science book after all.