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Congratulations to Eva Woflangel, a freelance science journalist from Germany who received the 2018 European Science Writer of the Year Award at the European Conference of Science Journalists on July 8. Johnson & Johnson Innovation sponsors of the Award, which is organized by the British Science Writers Association.
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Meet Eva Wolfangel: European Science Writer of the Year 2018
Champions of Science – Africa Storytelling Challenge YASE Edition
J&J @ the Young African Scientists in Europe conference: Tell us your story. We’d like to tell the world.
Where will the world’s next wave of new science and innovation come from? Africa, of course.
J&J Panels @ ESOF Women in Science, Oncology Innovations, Transparency and Trust
Women in Science: Careers and Policy Leadership
J&J @ ESOF: Interactions bring innovative healthcare ideas to life
At the 2018 EuroScience Open Forum in Toulouse, France, the J&J Innovation team hosted panel discussions reflecting the theme: “Sharing Science: Towards New Horizons.”
This conference, the largest interdisciplinary science meeting in Europe, brought together 4,700 scientists, policymakers, business leaders, students and science journalists from around the world to focus on how effective collaboration can best advance science and innovation to improve people’s lives.
Champions of Science in a Connected World
New Dr. Paul Janssen Project Catalyzes and Convenes Champions of Science Across Generations and Geographies
Celebrating Today’s Visionaries, Inspiring Future Leaders
Women in Innovation (WiIN): Now Accepting Applications for STEM Leadership Development Program in Africa
Written By: Seema Kumar, Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication at Johnson & Johnson
Scientific innovation has the power to change the world. From developing life-saving breakthroughs to creating new solutions to improve everyday life, there is nothing more important or gratifying, in my mind, than a career in the sciences.
Diversity… more than a buzz word.
Seema Kumar, Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication at Johnson & Johnson
I recently came across a New York Times OpEd in which the authors likened diversity to fresh air.