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Science, Journalism, and Democracy: Grappling with a New Reality

Keynote by Carl Zimmer
Panel 1: Science, journalism, and democracy
Panel 2: Getting and protecting information
Panel 3: Rethinking your beat – How should we frame science stories?
Panel 4: Science, journalism, and activism – Where is the line?
Closing remarks by Phillip Yam


About the event

Science, Journalism, and Democracy was a one-day conference held at Rockefeller University on Wednesday, September 6, 2017. The event explored the role of scientific communicators in the current media and political landscapes through a set of wide-ranging panels and talks. The full agenda is available here.

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