Articles

  • VLOG 4 - science journalism in a post truth world

    July 5, 2017

    It’s the last day of ECSJ2017 for Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch. They report from the session Science journalism in a post truth world and ask the Chair of ECSJ2017 Jens Degett why he thinks a conference will benefit science ...

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  • VLOG 3 - attendees about ECSJ2017

    July 4, 2017

    What do the participants think of the conference? Watch Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch ask attendees about their impression of ECSJ2017. VLOG 3 European Conference for Science Journalists...

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  • Multimedia – is it saving or dooming journalism?

    July 3, 2017

    In this exclusive ECSJ2017 podcast, Kata Karáth, Hungarian science journalist, discusses the new multimedia landscape and the pressure on journalists to do everything. Multimedia – is it saving or...

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  • The Internet of toys: The digital lives of young children

    June 29, 2017

    Play and the problem of privacy Communication technology is a daily reality for many young children in the form of internet-connected toys and devices. Although these offer real benefits for children, they...

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  • Holding on to lies

    June 29, 2017

    Unlocking the cognitive mechanism behind misinformation in the Internet era Five years ago, the World Economic Forum declared that the spread of misinformation through social media was one of the greatest...

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  • VLOG 2 - Fake news and confessions

    June 29, 2017

    Second day of the conference had many interesting sessions. Follow Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch on their second day of ECSJ2017  VLOG 2 The European Conference for Science Journalists 2017...

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  • Hearing the difference

    June 29, 2017

    How audio editing software can help radio journalists and podcasters Technology is constantly changing the way audio journalists produce stories. Easier-to-use audio editing software, such as Hindenburg, is...

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  • Second nature: communicating complexity

    June 29, 2017

    Lawrence M. Krauss draws on his experience to reflect on the value and the challenges of science communication. As the Director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University in the US, theoretical...

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  • VLOG 1 - What is going on at ECSJ2017?

    June 29, 2017

    What is going on at the European Conference for Science Journalists 2017? Join Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch on their first day of the conference.  VLOG 1 The European Conference for Science...

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  • Science can rival football or music for a fun night out – an interview with Jácome Armas

    June 29, 2017

    Science & Cocktails lectures combine scientific knowledge with music, art and dry-ice-filled cocktails Science can be as fun as a music concert or a game of football, according to Jácome Armas, the...

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