There are four categories of writing: journalist, scientist, broadcast, and books intended for children. Tim Folger wins the 2007 science writing award for a journalist for his Discover Magazine article, "If an Electron can be in Two Places at Once, Why Can’t You?" James Trefil wins the 2007 scientist award for his Astronomy Magazine article, "Where is the Universe Heading?" Jacob Berkowitz wins the award in the children’s category for his book "Jurassic Poop," which was published by Kids Can Press. And the broadcast award goes to repeat winners Bob McDonald, Pat Senson, and Jim Handman for "Multiple Worlds, Parallel Universes," which aired on the CBC Radio show Quirks & Quarks.