Journalism School and a MS or PhD in STEM field
National Association of Science Writers
Science journalists have the privilege of covering some of the world’s most important events and discoveries. They take very complicated scientific research and data and put it in a format that laypeople around the world can understand. It is a great way to combine creativity with a love of science. Science journalists report, critique, and analyze scientific research for TV, magazines, news stations, newspapers, and many other organizations. (https://cshperspectives.cshlp.org/content/9/9/a032961.full)
Innovation in this Career
A skilled journalist who can ask important scientific questions makes valuable contributions to innovation dialogue around the world. These stories are often responsible for inspiring great innovations and innovators.