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Science News writers win DCSWA NewsBrief awards

April 12, 2016

For the fifth year in a row, Science News, which is published by the Society for Science & the Public, has been honored with D.C. Science Writers Association Newsbrief awards.

Science News physics writer Emily Conover won in the Writing category for her story “How to prevent a sheep traffic jam,” which appeared in Science magazine. Emily has since begun working at Science News.

Science News molecular biology writer Tina Hesman Saey’s story, “For penguins, it’s a matter of no taste,” earned one of two honorable mentions at the 2015 awards.

The Society congratulates Emily Conover and Tina Hesman Saey on their DCSWA Newsbrief awards!

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