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Nice Niche: How to Build and Keep Up with a Beat

Nice Niche: How to Build and Keep Up with a Beat

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by · June 4, 2019 · 1 comment
A Science Writer’s Guide to U.S. Visas

A Science Writer’s Guide to U.S. Visas

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by · May 28, 2019 · 1 comment
Interviewing Scientists for Kids’ Science Stories

Interviewing Scientists for Kids’ Science Stories

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by · May 21, 2019 · 2 comments
Navigating Newsrooms as a Minority

Navigating Newsrooms as a Minority

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by · May 7, 2019 · 3 comments
Journalists as Characters: Using First-Person Narration to Drive Stories

Journalists as Characters: Using First-Person Narration to Drive Stories

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by · April 30, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
Journalists of Color Face Harassment by Sources

Journalists of Color Face Harassment by Sources

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by · April 9, 2019 · 1 comment
Delivering the Bad News: How to Reject Pitches Well

Delivering the Bad News: How to Reject Pitches Well

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by · April 2, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
How to Vet Industry PR Claims

How to Vet Industry PR Claims

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by · March 26, 2019 · 3 comments
Including LGBTQ+ Scientists as Sources

Including LGBTQ+ Scientists as Sources

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by · March 12, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
How to Be a Great Science Editor at a Student Publication

How to Be a Great Science Editor at a Student Publication

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by · March 5, 2019 · 1 comment
Applying Science to the Beauty and Wellness Beat

Applying Science to the Beauty and Wellness Beat

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by · February 26, 2019 · 3 comments
This pattern is inspired by the work of South African artist Dr. Ester Mahlangu of the Ndebele nation in South Africa. Such vibrant Ndebele patterns can be seen on houses, clothing, and other surfaces in South Africa, and this particular piece has science imagery as way to express the growing interest in decolonizing science in Africa.

Decolonizing Science Writing in South Africa

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by · February 12, 2019 · 10 comments
Two Pacific Swallow( Hirundo tahitica ) birds facing each other with open beak.

How to Conduct Difficult Interviews

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by · December 11, 2018 · 2 comments
Finding the Science in Any Story

Finding the Science in Any Story

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by · November 27, 2018 · 2 comments
Thoughts on Voice: What It Is (And Isn’t). And How to Find Yours.

Thoughts on Voice: What It Is (And Isn’t). And How to Find Yours.

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by · November 7, 2018 · Comments are Disabled
How to Read a Scientific Paper

How to Read a Scientific Paper

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by · November 6, 2018 · 4 comments
Wudan Yan wading through what remains of a mangrove forest in Myanmar's Ayeyarwady Delta in Oct 2015.

Surviving the Elements: Confronting Difficult Field-Reporting Conditions

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by · October 30, 2018 · Comments are Disabled
Some autistic writers have poor working memory and can become overwhelmed trying to retain too many details at once.

Writing When on the Autism Spectrum

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by · October 9, 2018 · 2 comments
Good Transitions: A Guide to Cementing Stories Together

Good Transitions: A Guide to Cementing Stories Together

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by · September 25, 2018 · 1 comment
The Intern’s Survival Guide

The Intern’s Survival Guide

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by · August 28, 2018 · 1 comment
Do You Need a Science Degree to Be a Science Reporter?

Do You Need a Science Degree to Be a Science Reporter?

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by · August 21, 2018 · 5 comments
Cyber security concept with lock

Are You Savvy about Digital Security?

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by · August 14, 2018 · 1 comment
Dylan Keefer, director of sound design, mixing audio for Radiolab.

A Guide to Translating Science to Audio

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by · June 26, 2018 · Comments are Disabled
BuzzFeed News Tech reporter Nicole Nguyen (right) films a livestream from Oregon, demonstrating many mini eclipsed suns through a cheese grater.

How to Cover Big Science Events: Lessons from the Great American Eclipse

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by · June 19, 2018 · 1 comment