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Applications for the 2009 Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellowships in Science and Religion The fellowship enables ten print, broadcast or online journalists to pursue an intensive two-month course of study in issues of science and religion. The programme includes three weeks of seminars at the university of Cambridge featuring eminent, well known authorities in the field. Fellows are paid a stipend in addition to a book grant and all accommodation and travel expenses to Cambridge.

The fellowship, now in its fifth year, seeks to promote a deeper understanding and a more informed public discussion of the interface of science and religion. Potential areas of study include Islam and science, neuroscience, cosmology, quantum uncertainty, multiverses, the New Atheism and spirituality and health.

Applicants must demonstrate an interest in the field, originality of thought displayed in previous writings and a superior record of journalistic achievement. The awards are open to all journalists with a minimum of three years’ experience, though priority will
be given to mid-career and senior journalists.. For more details on the program and to apply for the fellowships, please go to

More details from Andy Swindells, email

Application are welcomed from October 1 and the deadline is Monday, December 15, 2008.

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