Science Writing Competition now open
It’s been a busy few weeks in the office getting ready for the UWE Bristol SCU Science Writing Competition 2016. We are looking for 700 words on “the next big thing in science”.
Entrants can be residents anywhere in the world, but must be non-professionals (professional journalists and anyone else who writes for money). All others, including scientists and bloggers, are welcome to apply. There are no residency restrictions, and we have separate categories for under 18s and over 18s. Closing date for applications is 24th June 2016. For full details, please see the SCU website.
We’re excited to have an impressive judging panel on board, who’ve prepared some excellent tips for new science writers. Fascinating stuff for newbies and old-timers alike.
Posted on April 18, 2016, in Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences, Science Communication Unit, Science Writing & Journalism and tagged Andy Ridgway, Emma Weitkamp, Science Writing Competition, SCU, UWE Bristol. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.