Category: Worldview

WCSJ Video Showcase: Wallpaper

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners.

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WCSJ Video Showcase: Opener

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners. This was the opening video that was played at the World Conference of Science Journalists.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: The Importance of Science

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners. In this video we ask winners to share why they believe understanding science is crucial.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: Story Responses

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners. In this video we ask winners to share the responses that their stories received.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: The Biggest Obstacle

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners. In this video we ask winners to share the biggest obstacles they have faced as journalists.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: The Moment You Knew

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners around the world. In this video we ask winners to share that moment they knew they had a story.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: Elevator Pitches

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners. In this video we ask winners to summarize their stories in one or two sentences.






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WCSJ Video Showcase: Advice for Young Science Journalists

A video montage composed of excerpts from interviews with award winners that focuses on their advice for young science journalists.






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Peer Review Post-Mortem: How a Flawed Aging Study was Published in Nature

Hester van Santen
PUBLISHED BY: NRC Media ON December 9, 2017
European Science Writer of the Year

How could an article with numerous shortcomings be published in top-tier journal Nature? Hester van Santen reveals how the gate-keepers of science knowingly let flawed research slip through.






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Gene Drive Gives Scientists Power to Hijack Evolution

Sharon Begley
PUBLISHED BY: STAT ON November 17, 2015
CASW Cohn Prize

As soon as Harvard biologist Kevin Esvelt began reading the scientific paper, he had a desperate question: Who are these guys?






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