Over 250 researchers have taken part in the Media Fellowship scheme since 1987.
"It was enlightening to find out what makes a story and how journalists develop stories from what they are told in press conferences. The angle they see on some of the research is certainly not what you would take away as a scientist."
Kirstin Goldring, Neuroscientist, Imperial College London (Media Fellow 2007)
What is it like to be a Media Fellow?
Jonathan Ball, one of the 2012 Media Fellows, told us all about what was it like to be a A scientist in the media.
The 2012 Media Fellows shared their experience on their media hosts in this report:
Have a feel of what Media Fellows do and what they are up to now:
Have a look at who are the 2013 Media Fellows.
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