The Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT (KSJ) is a 9-month fellowship with a focus on enhancing journalists’ ability to bring light to the complex intersection of science, technology and human culture.

Their updated website provides enhancements to the overall user experience so alumni, current fellows, community members, and prospective fellows alike can easily find the information they need. A more robust archive of news, events and resources available to science journalists around the world stand to position KSJ as a leading program in the science journalism industry. Alongside KSJ are also two sister sites, The KSJ Fact-Checking Project and Digital Handbook, that borrow theme styles as an extension of the main site, while offering valuable tools for science journalists.

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