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Knight Science Journalism at MIT

exploring science, technology, medicine and the environment

Twenty-six years ago, the leadership of the Institute saw the chance to have an impact on the quality of journalism and took it. Today the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship remains the only one of its kind in the world — a yearlong fellowship for journalists who report on science subjects. The program succeeds largely because the dual nature of MIT — as both a hotbed of cutting-edge research and an open, experimental forum for ideas — makes Fellows feel welcome and engaged.

"We bring experienced journalists from around the world to drink from a great fount of firsthand knowledge — in science, medicine, technology, and environmental studies. And quite a few say it's the best year of their lives."
— Philip J. Hilts, Fellowship Director.

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Planets Not Our Own

Planets Not Our Own

Added 3 years ago | 01:44:09 | 2084 views

Knight seminar with Josh Winn, MIT professor of physics and researcher of "extrasolar planets" September 30, 2010

Ethics and Forensics in the Age of Photoshop Photojournalism

Ethics and Forensics in the Age of ...

Added 3 years ago | 01:25:48 | 2178 views

Santiago Lyon and Hany Farid April 5, 2011

Social Media and Journalism

Social Media and Journalism

Added 3 years ago | 02:09:54 | 1949 views

Emily Bell and Matt Stempeck February 10, 2012

Energy, the Media and You: Behind the scenes with top science reporters

Energy, the Media and You: Behind t...

Added 3 years ago | 01:23:34 | 1899 views

Panelists: Eli Kintisch, Alister Doyle, Hepeng Jia, Joyce Murdoch

Knight Seminar: Charles Marshall

Knight Seminar: Charles Marshall

Added 3 years ago | 01:50:16 | 2002 views

Knight seminar with Charles Marshall, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley: "Gauging Ecosystem Response to Climate Change" September 22, 2011

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