Journalists and students interested in science journalism are invited to attend this event.
The event will feature science journalists, writers, publishers, scientists, students and academia sharing new ideas and thoughts in science journalism.
Sessions include "Five ways to build and improve tomorrow's science journalism," "How to use artificial intelligence tools for science journalism," "Covering COVID-19 stories: same virus, different impact around the world," "How can we harness the power of cross-border reporting for science journalism?" and more.
Registration costs US$50 for the general public and US$25 for students. Full and partial scholarships are available for those who can't afford the registration.