Special : Science Journalism

To mark the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists from 30 June-2 July 2009 in London, a special issue of Nature looks at the future of science journalism. Is the media a cheerleader or watchdog when it comes to science? How is journalism changing in the digital age? And how is science journalism faring in the teeth of a recession?

  • Nature reports

    The news behind the science and the science behind the news of hot topics.

    • Stem Cells

      Their biology and clinical applications, as well as the ethical and policy issues they raise.

    • Climate Change

      The science of global climate change, plus the implications for the economy, policy and society


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