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Say "cheeks" not "cheese" - the science of smiling

Can you fake a winning smile for a photograph? In his winning article Richard Stephens won the 2014 Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize (professional scientists category) with this piece on smile research. 943 more words

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Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize 2014: The Complete Shortlist

Are you travelling over Christmas? Looking for something to read while you digest your Christmas dinner? Or perhaps just wanting to expand your knowledge to impress your friends… Well we’ve got the answer – twenty brilliant articles about science, nicely packaged into a downloadable pdf for you to savour.. 403 more words

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Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize 2014: The winners are...

The winners of the fourth Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize were announced this evening at a ceremony held at Wellcome Trust HQ in London. With over 600 entries to choose from, picking a single winner in each category was no simple task… 414 more words

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Seeing at Billionths and Billionths


This was my (unsuccessful) entry into last year’s Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize. It is very similar to the post I published on the 24th of June, taking a slightly different bent on the same theme. 796 more words

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Science Writing Prize 2014: How to Pitch to an Editor

It’s time to submit your Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize entries, but now you’ve got a taste for writing, how can you get paid to do more? 773 more words

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Science Writing Prize 2014: How to report from a science conference

The latest in our series of “How to” posts, specially commissioned for this year’s Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize, looks at how to report from a science conference. 691 more words

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