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The Science Writing Round-Up is a monthly collection of the latest news, opportunities, resources, videos, and events related to science writing and science journalism. If you're interested in writing for the public or perhaps intrigued about career opportunities in the areas then it's well worth a read and subscribing to.

This month's round-up includes:

- Announcement of the new 'Debunking Handbook 2020', written by a team of 22 prominent scholars of misinformation and its debunking, and it represents the current consensus on the science of debunking for engaged citizens, policymakers, journalists, and other practitioners.

- Writing for you Audience online workshop from the Alda Centre, 2-5pm ET, 28 October. Designed for researchers, participants will explore ways to use evocative language, learn to recognize jargon and other concepts that may challenge diverse audiences, and practice with their peers.

- Read: Climate change (and beyond): the importance of storytelling in science communicationVitalba Crivello, Policy Analyst at the European Science-Media Hub, reflects on the lessons the pandemic offers for climate change storytelling.

Unlock your research impact: a series of webinars from Simon Fraser University, covering blogging, amongst other topics. [not available as at January 2024]

- Listen: Getting into Science Journalism (Interview with David Shukman, BBC News' first science editor).


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