Science in Society Awards

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NASW's Science in Society Journalism Awards honor and encourage outstanding investigative and interpretive reporting about the sciences and their impact for good and ill. Official rules and entry forms are available in mid-November each year for work published during that year. Deadline for submissions is Feb. 1.

The winners of the 2013 Science in Society Journalism Awards, sponsored by the National Association of Science Writers, are: In the Book category, David Quammen; in the Science Reporting category, Douglas Fox; in the Longform category, Patricia Callahan, Sam Roe and Michael Hawthorne; in the Science Reporting for a Local or Regional Audience category, Hillary Rosner; and in the Commentary or Opinion category, Christie Aschwanden.

It's free to enter your best work from 2012. The Science in Society awards, now in their 41st year, are sponsored by the National Association of Science Writers with no outside subsidy and require no submission fee. To learn more and enter online, visit http://bit.ly/Y5fNiO. Authors need not be NASW members, so tweet your friends and encourage your fellow writers to enter. Be sure to check out this year's new category: longform science reporting.

Entries Due Wednesday, February 1

Entries for the 2012 Science in Society Awards close today, but it's quick, easy, and free to enter online. The Science in Society Awards, now in their 40th year, are sponsored by the National Association of Science Writers with no outside subsidy and require no submission fee. To learn more and enter, visit https://www.nasw.org/2012-science-society-awards. Authors need not be NASW members, so tweet your friends and encourage other writers to enter.