✍️Science Writing News Roundup #62

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Please don’t ignore me: Requesting interviews with scientists. “From the subject line to the sign-off, a strategic approach to what you say and how you say it can increase the chances that your source will read your message and agree to an interview,” writes Karen Kwon.

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