The 55th annual New Horizons in Science briefings will be presented in San Francisco, California, as part of the 10th World Conference of Science Journalists. The WCSJ2017 program will be an "international edition," with many science sessions proposed and organized by colleagues around the world. Co-hosts of this special presentation are the University of California, San Francisco and UC Berkeley.
CASW is able to present the 55th annual New Horizons in Science briefings through the generosity of many sponsors of the World Conference of Science Journalists. We extend special thanks to the conference's Diamond Sponsor, Johnson & Johnson Innovation.
May 1, 2017 — CASW and its partners in organizing the 10th World Conference of Science Journalists today unveiled a comprehensive program of conference sessions focusing on professional development, leading-edge research and issues in science and journalism for the five-day meeting to be held this October. Registration and access to the full preliminary program, which features renowned plenary speakers, is now open.
The 2017 edition of WCSJ, the biennial meeting of international science journalists, will be held October 26 to 30 in San Francisco, California, a global hub of science and technology innovation. This year marks the first time the conference will be held in the United States. The program and registration information can be accessed at www.wcsj2017.org. “We are thrilled to invite science writers from around the world to participate in this exciting global meeting,” said WCSJ2017 Organizing Committee Co-Chairs Cristine Russell and Ron Winslow. “American science writers will have a unique opportunity to network with colleagues from the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.” Russell is a board member and immediate past president of CASW. For more information and to register, visit the conference website.
The 54th edition of New Horizons in Science was presented in San Antonio, Texas, as part of ScienceWriters2016.
CASW was able to present the 54th annual New Horizons in Science briefings free of charge, thanks to the generosity of our hosting consortium.
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