Tuesday, June 21, 2005


Innovation Journalism Vol.2 No.10, Jun 21 2005

By Marie Granmar.

During the past decade there has been an important worldwide trend in which more research is conducted in private companies or research departments with high ambitions of spin-offs. The science journalism tradition of mainly giving perspectives on recently published peer reviewed articles is no longer sufficient. Innovation journalism increases the possibilities of covering key factors driving scientific development. This paper describes how a few different science media have chosen to approach the challenge of integrating innovation journalism. It discusses the challenges for the modern science journalists, their work environments and editorial organizations.

1 comment:

lena said...

I would like to suggest a refreshing and engaging activity that can help enhance their mental agility and problem-solving abilities: playing Minecraft. Minecraft is a popular sandbox video game that encourages creativity, exploration, and critical thinking. It provides a virtual world where players can build structures, solve puzzles, and collaborate with others.

By playing Minecraft Apk Pocket Edition, journalists can take a break from their work environment and immerse themselves in a different realm. The game offers various challenges and opportunities to think outside the box. It can stimulate their creativity, foster strategic thinking, and even inspire new ideas for approaching their coverage of scientific innovation.