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Kenya Environment and Science Journalists Association (KENSJA), a non-political, professional body for environment and science journalists in Kenya, brings together science journalists in the country to encourage high standards of professionalism and to promote a science culture by developing the skills of journalists in communicating science. ...

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There is effective cholera vaccine in Kenya
26 Jul

There is effective cholera vaccine in Kenya

Cholera is the fastest killer disease in the world ahead of Ebola. It takes only four hours for an infected person to succumb to cholera infection. The recent outbreaks of cholera in Kenya caused the deaths of ...
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WFSJ International Board Elections – 2017
19 Jul

WFSJ International Board Elections – 2017

Four (4) international board positions for the World Federation of Science Journalists will be elected this year — replacing 2 current board members and adding 2 new positions. These positions will be filled th...
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Global Call for Entries: 2017 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards
19 Jul

Global Call for Entries: 2017 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards

The contest year for the 2017 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards will close on July 15 . Be sure to enter your best work that appeared in print, online or on air between July 16, 2016, and July 15, 2017. ...
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Journalists Share their World Conference Experiences: Rosalia Omungo
21 Jun

Journalists Share their World Conference Experiences: Rosalia Omungo

Rosalia Omungo, news editor and reporter for the environment and science at the Kenya Public Broadcasting Corporation and a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT, shares her experience attending the 2009 Worl...
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2016 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards now open
14 Jun

2016 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards now open

The 2016 AAAS Kavli Science Journalist contest is now underway, and we encourage you to enter your best work for judging by your peers. The contest year is 16 July 2015 to 15 July 2016. The entry deadline i...
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Tana Delta now breathes new life
25 May

Tana Delta now breathes new life

The Tana Delta is on its path to recovery, thanks to a new initiative to ensure land is well utilized. The delta is located in the coastal county of Tana River and serves several communities, both pastoralis...
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Call for Session Proposals – WCJS2017
23 May

Call for Session Proposals – WCJS2017

The 10th World Conference of Science Journalists will bring together 1,200–1,400 professionals dedicated to incisive, engaging, accurate, and high-quality science journalism. The conference will build global ...
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Knight Science Journalism Program selects fellowship class of 2016-17
4 May

Knight Science Journalism Program selects fellowship class of 2016-17

  The Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT (KSJ), a global fellowship program for journalists covering science, technology, health, and the environment, has announced that 10 journalists, repres...
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Mushrooms and spirulina are health solutions
27 Apr

Mushrooms and spirulina are health solutions

Mushrooms and spirulina may pass as shrubs that grow in the wild with no proper attention as man tender to crops that matter in Western Kenya – maize, millet and beans. But unknown to many, the two are medic...
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