Journalists interested in covering research of Earth, planetary or space sciences can apply for this fellowship.
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is accepting applications for the seventh edition of its Science Journalism Fellowship competition.
The fellowship offers journalists the opportunity to follow geoscientists on location and to develop an in-depth understanding of their research questions, approaches, findings and motivation.
Proposals should focus on a topic in the geosciences (including planetary and space sciences) with potential broad public appeal, preferably feature leading Europe-based researchers, and outline an original, well-informed approach to the subject.
Fellows receive up to EUR5,000 (US$5,872) to cover expenses related to their projects.
The deadline is Dec. 5.
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