||Center for Investigative Reporting
||While reporters, over time, can easily become well-versed in the language of government, the courts, and more, sometimes science stories can be overwhelming. To supplement any good science story, Robin Mejia offers this helpful sheet with information about finding scientists, science journalism fellowships, general science sites, and writers organizations. Helpful for any reporter getting started in science writing, or looking to increase the quality of their work.
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