Media Fellowships

Deadline: 18/04/2007
February 6, 2007

The British Association Media Fellowships are intended to create a greater awareness and understanding of the workings of the media among practising scientists, social scientists and engineers.

The fellowships provide placements working with a national press, broadcast or internet journalist. During placements of between 3 and 8 weeks fellows learn to work within the conditions and constraints of the media to produce accurate and well informed pieces about developments in science.

Details here
Contact: Nigel Eady
Address: Wellcome Wolfson Building
165 Queens Gate
Telephone: 020 7019 4938

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