EUSci popular science Writing Course 2012

Wed, 2012-05-30 18:00
Teviot Dining Room, University of Edinburgh


What makes scientific journalism different from any other form of writing? How the new scientific concept is represented in the media and made accessible for all to understand? What makes a good or bad headline in the news?

Want to learn few secrete tips to successful scientific writing and become a better writer?

EUSci, the University of Edinburgh science magazine, is running a hands-on popular science writing course. This workshop is aimed at students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and early career researchers interested in developing their science writing skills. This workshop is free of charge; however you are urged to register early as spaces available are limited. Registration Deadline is May 22th 2012.

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In the first instance open to individuals from Beltane partners only: University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh College of Art, the University of Highlands and Islands, Queen Margaret University. The course will be opened up to other institutions should we be under-subscribed.



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