The Science Fund for Investigative Reporting has a long history of investigative journalism, from a pioneering look at the shaky science of dietary fat to a recent exposé on predatory publishers and a data-driven study of who illegally downloads scientific papers.

Types of assistance offered by the organisation:

Funding

Target group: journalists

Operates worldwide 

AAAS Science welcomes proposals from journalists with a track record of high-impact reporting. Science is also open to partnering with other media outlets whose investigations may benefit from additional resources, data visualization help, or wider distribution.