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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.
- March 11: A Virtual Conversation with Carl Zimmer, Author of Life’s Edge: The Search For What It Means To Be Alive
- March 3: An Evening with Investigative Journalist Katherine Eban
- Feb. 25: A Pediatrician’s View on School Reopening
- Feb. 18: A Virtual Conversation with Dr. Muge Cevik
- Feb. 10: Reporting on the Pandemic: A Virtual Conversation with New York Times Reporter Apoorva Mandavilli
Science Writers in New York welcomes back New York Times science journalist Carl Zimmer (@carlzimmer) for a virtual conversation about his new book, Life’s Edge: The Search for What it Means to be Alive (published March 9, Penguin Random House).
Science Writers in New York welcomes back Katherine Eban, author of Bottle of Lies, to talk about the Trump administration’s politicization of the FDA during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Science Writers in New York for a virtual conversation with Dr. Sara Bode, who will discuss how to safely reopen schools during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as her work providing care for the underserved and training new pediatric physicians how to advocate in the field of pediatrics through policy and community action.
Science Writers in New York invites you to join us for a virtual conversation with Dr. Muge Cevik, who will discuss her leadership in Scotland during the pandemic, how she uses Twitter to keep the medical community and the public informed on COVID-19, and her thoughts on vaccines, variants and more.
Join Science Writers in New York for a virtual conversation with New York Times reporter Apoorva Mandavilli, who has been covering the pandemic for more than a year.