If you're traveling (or just hanging out and bored) today, here's a delightful collection of kick-ass science journalism to fill your hours. The American Association for the Advancement of Science recently announced the winners of this year's Kavli Science Journalism Awards. At the announcement site, you'll find links to all the winners, including: Michelle Nijhuis' excellent reporting on deadly white-nose syndrome; a PBS NOVA documentary on genetic medicine; and a radio story for the show "BURN: An Energy Journal" discussing the complicated future of nuclear power after Fukushima.

3 Responses to “I am thankful for great science reporting”

  1. Eli says:

    And the awards are being presented at the AAAS annual meeting in Boston in February. I went last year to the one in Vancouver and it was really cool. 

  2. Daemonworks says:

    There’s way too much bad science journalism out there. Nice to see somebody rewarding good stuff.

  3. Faith says:

    I am thankful for great and ethical science.

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