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Science Writers in New York (SWINY) is composed of editors and writers who cover science and medicine in the print and electronic news media as well as public relations professionals who promote science. Anyone with an interest in science communication is welcome to become a dues paying member, and non-members are encouraged to attend our events.
- April 14: One Year After Quarantine: Dating and Partnerships in the Time of COVID-19, Part II
- March 31: Food Scarcity in New York State during the Pandemic
- March 24: COVID-19 Variants and Vaccines: A Virtual Conversation with Dr. John Moore
- March 18: A Virtual Conversation with Sherry Turkle on Her New Book, The Empathy Diaries
- March 11: A Virtual Conversation with Carl Zimmer, Author of Life’s Edge: The Search For What It Means To Be Alive
Science Writers in New York invites you to join us on Zoom for a second conversation with Dr. Helen E. Fisher, biological anthropologist and senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, on dating in the era of COVID-19
Science Writers in New York invites you to join us for a virtual conversation with Avital Havusha, vice president for programs at the New York State Health Foundation, who will discuss the foundation’s findings on food scarcity in New York State during the pandemic.
Science Writers in New York is pleased to once again present Dr. John Moore, professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine, who will discuss genetic variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the optimal use of different COVID-19 vaccines for these variants.
Science Writers in New York welcomes back Sherry Turkle, MIT psychologist and bestselling author of Reclaiming Conversation and Alone Together, to discuss her new memoir, The Empathy Diaries (Penguin Press, March 2, 2021), in which she reflects on her coming-of-age and path-blazing career.