Andjela Djuraskovic is a journalist and environmental activist from Montenegro. She graduated in journalism from the Faculty of Political Science in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, as the first student to graduate on an environmentalism-related topic. Currently, she is pursuing a Master's degree in Ecological Politics at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade, Serbia. She writes a column on ecology in the Serbian monthly magazine Plezir. Her dream is to become a full-time science writer to ensure that readers from the Balkans get the most relevant and truthful information about environmental issues.
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Infographics in Science Reporting: Why You Should Use Them, and How To Do It WellText and graphics by Andjela Djuraskovic SAN FRANCISCO—Free software, data and some patience. According to Alberto Cairo, that is all you need to create your first visual representation of information. With research showing that images are more memorable than text-based information, data visualization allows writers to turn pages of complex statistical findings into attention-grabbing images.... Read More
Stepping Away from Technology: A Political Approach to the Future of EmploymentBy Andjela Djuraskovic SAN FRANCISCO—Robots, takeovers by artificial intelligence, and high-tech jobs of the future: Those were the expected topics from a panel of Silicon Valley speakers at a session called “The Future of Work.” But to the surprise of the audience, the experts wanted to talk politics. The panel convened on 26 October at... Read More