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Becoming a Science Writer

Video   Feb 25, 2021


Ruairi J Mackenzie

Senior Science Writer


Lucy Lawrence

Scientific Content Producer


Science communicators serve an important role, bridging researchers with scientists in other fields, science professionals, industry experts and the general public.

"How do I become a science writer?" is a common question that we get asked here at Technology Networks. That is why for this installment of Teach Me in 10, the guests are … well, us! We wanted to share stories of how we became science writers and communicators, highlighting some of the things that we have learned through our journeys and to offer some top tips and tricks.

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8 Tips on How To Become a Science Writer

Meet the Editorial Team

The National Association of Science Writers

European Medical Writers Association

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