Northwest Science Writers Association Join Our Science Game Show Sept. 22On September 22, come nerd out live or by livestream during Matters of Gravity, our NPR-style, science game show at Peddler Brewing. Learn more Congrats to our 2021 Career Development Award winners!NSWA is pleased to announce that independent journalists Robin Donovan and Britany Robinson will receive funding to advance their science communication careers. Learn more Panel on Theater as Science StorytellingHow can theater energize science communication and science stimulate theater? Watch our lively virtual discussion and Q&A with two playwrights, a spinal cord injury expert, and a science writer from July 21. Watch the Recording Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Science StorytellingOn Thursday, June 24, NSWA hosted a panel exploring how science communication can help dismantle biases, stereotypes, and misperceptions of people with diverse identities and cultures. Watch the Recording COVID-19 Coverage and Economic Resources for NSWA MembersNSWA is supporting its members during this public health emergency by collecting resources to help those writing about the pandemic and those suffering economic hardship from its consequences. Go to the Resource List #nswasciwire – Recent work by our members #nswasciwire Harris: Robotic Delivery Vehicles In a four-part series for TechCrunch, Mark Harris (@meharris) delves into Nuro, an autonomous, unoccupied delivery vehicle... READ MORE Braun: Mine Roadblock Plans for the controversial Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region have hit a major roadblock, reports Ashley Braun... READ MORE Dolan: Arsenic in Water The latest in Ensia’s “Troubled Waters” series about the safety of the water supply, this story by Maria Dolan... READ MORE Fairley: Sharing Renewable Power Peter Fairley’s (@pfairley) latest piece for InvestigateWest’s “Decarbonizing Cascadia” series discusses the movement for a... READ MORE James: From Refugee to M.D. Sally James (@jamesian) profiles Dr. Anisa Ibrahim for the South Seattle Emerald, explaining how a Somali girl in a Kenyan... READ MORE JOIN OR RENEW Are you a science communicator in the Pacific Northwest? Consider joining. We have monthly events, feature member writing and more.