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How to Write a Science News Article



Science is a wonderful thing, especially for people who are into freaky, intimidating things like math and logic. They're always making new discoveries and breakthroughs about god-knows-what, and readers love that kind of shit. If only science weren't so confusing!---

Martin Robbins of The Guardian offers a handy-dandy template, useful for any news writer assigned to turn in a mediocre report on some recent scientific breakthrough.

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