MIT Will Be the Hub of the Universe for Science Writers This October

In an online article today, MIT News, the Institute's official source for announcements, community news, research coverage, and faculty profiles, offered a fact-packed preview of ScienceWriters2015.

"Every autumn since 1983, science writers have arrived at MIT in groups of eight to a dozen to take part in the Knight Science Journalism (KSJ) fellowships at MIT — the world’s best-known and most prestigious mid-career training program for journalists covering science, technology, health, and the environment," the article began. "But this year in October, MIT will witness a gathering of science writers on an entirely different scale. Over the Columbus Day weekend, the Institute will welcome some 600 to 800 science communicators for ScienceWriters2015, the largest annual gathering of science writers in the nation."

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Wade Roush

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