Can you turn the latest science into news?
Scientists, social scientists, engineers and clinicians can experience life in the heart of the newsroom by applying for a British Science Association 2012 Media Fellowship.
Spend 3-8 weeks this summer working with hosts including the BBC, Guardian and Nature to produce accurate, well-informed news about developments in science, and work alongside the UK's top science editors in the British Science Festival Press Centre.
Return to work with media confidence, contacts, and first-class communication skills.
"My greater understanding of how the press works means I will now be able to pitch my research in a more accessible way to journalists so we both get the story we want." Media Fellow
Apply online from 16 January - 11 March 2012
For eligibility criteria, experiences from past Media Fellows, and the application form go to www.britishscienceassociation.org/mediafellows
The 2012 media hosts are:
BBC Radio Science Unit, London
BBC News Online, London
BBC Countryfile, Birmingham
BBC Wales, Cardiff
Financial Times, London
Irish Times, Dublin
Naked Scientists, Cambridge
Science Media Centre, London
Times Higher, London