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Science journalism ethics were discussed at last month’s UK Conference of Science Journalists, the Guardian reported.

Some issues discussed at the annual conference included:

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  • “should science journalists focus on explaining science or on exposing misconduct?”
  • “should the Leveson inquiry leave journalism to regulate itself or has the press already failed that crucial test?”
  • how can “quality science reporting” be differentiated from “churnalism and fiction?”

Check out the live blogs from the conference here.

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