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Student writers and CASW travel fellows share the science of New Horizons.
Students and travel fellows covered war's risks to Arctic science and new approaches in medicine.
"Long COVID," bioethics issues, and missions to asteroids drew attention from student writers and New Horizons fellows.
ComSciCon-SciWri20 participants covered COVID-19 disparities and misinformation.
ComSciCon-SciWri19 writers tackled climate change, drug resistance, and CRISPR.
Travel fellows wrote about autism, the Amazon, and domestic violence.
Student writers covered the World Conference of Science Journalists exhaustively, producing 52 stories.
Citizen-driven science, the Flint water crisis, and story-writing robots were featured.
Students attending the first ComSciCon-SciWri workshop fanned out to report on cubesats, Pluto, and the soil microbiome.
Student stories looked at vocal learning in birds, genome editing with CRISPR, and a cosmology dustup.
Reports focused on climate, spaceflight, and the origins and medical importance of dogs.
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