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Narrative in Science Writing

It's all about addictive reads. Tom Levenson, Richard Fisher, Manjit Kumar and Alok Jha discuss.

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Session Review

Daniel Sharpe, UKCSJ Student Scholar, reviews the session here.

Live Blog

and here is some first reaction from Joseph Faulkner on the live blog.

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