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Science journalism conveys reporting about science to the public.
How many scientists make time to talk to journalists when a press release about their research is made public? Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images We propose, in no particular order, nine possible ways scientists can improve science journalism and nine possible questions for science journalists.
The purpose of a headline is not to tell the story but to pique the interest of readers without lying.
How bad is mainstream science reporting? Can it be improved or has it had its time? Zoë Corbyn investigates the issues and considers whether a paradigm shift is needed In June, Dorothy Bishop decided to take matters into her own hands. Seething over the inaccuracies in a press report about a study in her field, the professor of developmental neuropsychology at the University of Oxford decided it was time to launch a new prize for science journalism. Via the medium of her blog (http://deevybee.blogspot.com), she called for nominations for her Orwellian Prize for Journalistic Misrepresentation.
I am offering a prize each year for an article in an English-language national newspaper that has the most inaccurate report of a piece of academic work.
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Als promovendus volgde ik ooit een cursus over hoe je artikelen moet ‘peer reviewen’.