The KSJ Science Editing
The insights, knowledge, tips and resources all editors need to meet the highest standards for quality of science journalism.
Written by some of the most widely celebrated science editors and reporters working today, this book will empower you to ask the right questions, enable you to spot faulty reporting, and educate you on best practices.– Deborah Blum, Director, Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT
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About this Book
This handbook is a product of the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT and is made possible thanks to support from the Kavli Foundation and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
The KSJ Fellowship Program
Meet fellows past and present, see what our fellows are reporting on, and learn more about fellowship life.
The KSJ Fact-Checking Project
Search the Fact-Checker Database to find an expert to help fact-check your work.