WhatCulture.com Needs Science Writers - Join Our Team

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WhatCulture is looking for dedicated, reliable and passionate new writers to join our ever growing Science team. If the thought of life, the universe and everything makes you giddy with excitement, if you love all things science, want to shout it from the rooftops and think you€™ve got a unique voice that would bring something shiny and new to WhatCulture, you€™ll be pleased to hear that you€™re exactly what we€™re looking for. Science is moving out of the classroom and in to the public eye more than ever before, and we couldn't be more excited. Our diverse articles aim to cover all aspects of the field - the latest breakthroughs, amazing discoveries about ourselves and the universe around us, mind-blowing technology facts, and everything in between - usually in the form of entertaining lists and countdowns that hope to demystify, delight and inform readers about the scientific world. As an active contributor, you€™ll pitch your own article ideas and have first pick when it comes to our top assignments. If you€™re familiar with our writing style, or think you€™ve got the creative talent to adapt to it, there is definitely a place here for you to add your fresh views and opinions to the conversation. You can even be controversial if you want. In a controlled, democratic sort of way. You€™ll need strong writing and communication skills, and an eye for detail, punctuation and grammar is a must. Editing skills and experience will stand you in good stead, but aren€™t necessarily required. Being well-versed in social/mobile media, and comfortable utilising Twitter and Facebook, is important as well. This is an opportunity to join one of the fastest growing Entertainment websites in the world. Currently serving more than 8 million unique users per month, and ranked in the top 100 sites in the UK, WhatCulture has established itself as one of the go-to portals for all things film, TV, gaming, and sport. Writing for us is a great way to get your creative juices flowing whilst being closer than ever before to world of science. If you€™re interested in finding out more, please contact Stevie at stevie.shephard@whatculture.com or register your interest in a comment below.

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