The MJA was delighted that Wiley continued to support the MJA awards in 2020. In 2020 Wiley supported the Science Explained category won by Clare Wilson of New Scientist.   The Award was presented by Dawn Peters, Global Communications Manager, Wiley as part of the online Award’s Ceremony held on September 23, 2020.

Penny Smith , Senior Publicist, Wiley presents Patrick Strudwick with his ‘Features – General Audience’ award 2019

The MJA welcomed Wiley as a sponsor of the MJA Awards 2019 in the Feature of the Year (General) category.   The award went to Patrick Strudwick, Buzzfeed LGBT Editor and was presented by Penny Smith, Senior publicist, Wiley.

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