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Science journalism workshop in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with Deborah Blum, Pulitzer Prize winner on 27-29 November

Three days of events dedicated to science communication, specifically, science journalism skills, are taking place in Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana this November, 27-29th. The workshops will be in English and take place at the Museum of recent history (Cekinov grad), Celovška … Continue reading

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Alpine bid – with a Balkan flavour – chosen to host the next World Conference of Science Journalists

The city of Lausanne was chosen to host the 11th World Conference of Science Journalists, which will have two programmes designed specifically for science journalists in the Balkans. The conference will be held from 1 to 5 July 2019 at … Continue reading

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Apply now for an early-career Balkan science reporting fellowship: deadline is 15 November 2017

The fellowship allows you to cover the latest research and network with peers from around the world at the AAAS Annual Meeting – one the main and biggest meetings of scientists and science journalists. It includes a free trip to … Continue reading

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Serbian journalist elected vice-president of the governing board of the World Federation of Science Journalists

Milica Momcilovic, a board member of the Balkan Network of Science Journalists, has been elected to the position of the vice-president of the board of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ). The new president of the board is Mohammed … Continue reading

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Serbian journalist elected to the governing board of the World Federation of Science Journalists

Milica Momcilovic, a board member of the Balkan Network of Science Journalists has been elected to the newly expanded board of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ). Milica has been a science journalist since 2006, mainly in the television field, … Continue reading

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BNSJ board member from Romania awarded a scholarship for BIRN Summer School of Investigative Reporting

Alexandra Nistoroiu, a Bucharest-based freelance journalist and Balkan Network of Science Journalists’ board member, participated in the BIRN Summer School of Investigative Reporting, thanks to a scholarship awarded by BIRN and the Friends for Friends Foundation in Romania. The training … Continue reading

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Balkan broadcast journalist shortlisted for the board of World Federation of Science Journalists

Milica Momcilovic, a broadcast journalist from Serbia is one of the nine people running for a seat on the newly expanded board of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ). Milica has been a science journalist since 2006, mainly in … Continue reading

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