Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT also recognizes reporting from The Boston Globe, Detroit Free Press, The Arizona Republic, and Boston’s WBUR.
New publishing model provides unique and timely solutions to the production, curation, and preservation of knowledge.
Five courses celebrate the nanoscale, highlight technologies in photogrammetry and 360-degree videography.
WISDM has selected 20 women to take part in a Story Collider communications skills training.
Experts say people are more willing to get the Covid-19 vaccine when told how popular it is.
Social media users share charts and graphs — often with the same underlying data — to advocate opposing approaches to the pandemic.
Study: Covid-19 communications featuring racially diverse physicians can improve health outcomes for communities of color
Improved public health messaging to Black, Latinx, and other communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic can increase Covid-19 knowledge and information-seeking.
Years of volumes and hundreds of essays, published by the MIT Press since 2003, are now freely available.
Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT launches digital handbook for science editors, online fact-checking project
Both free resources are part of an update of the program's website.
Author Susan Hockfield, MIT president emerita and professor of neuroscience, receives 2020 Science Communication Award.