"Data journalism, journalism informed by quantitative evidence, is an expanding field", says researcher Felix Irmer, of the Institute of Communication and Media Studies, Leipzig University (Germany). He was one of the speakers at the European Science-Media Hub Summer School from 6-10 June 2023. Data journalism can "transform large amounts of data and information into digestible ...
"The only way that our work will have an impact on the world is if people believe it to be true. Showing people how journalism works will help to foster trust", says science journalist Kai Kupferschmidt. Kai, based in Berlin, studied molecular biomedicine and afterwards attended the Berlin Journalism School. He has worked as a ...
Hosted from 6-10 June at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) Summer School 2023: ‘Storytelling in science’, provided 60 early-career journalists with the opportunity to participate in discussions on science journalism, Europe’s information ecosystem, and how to connect with different audiences. The event also provided the participants with the opportunity to ...
onJune 28, 2023
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