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08/10/18 - BOSTON, MA. - Cecilia Musselman poses for a portrait on August 10, 2018 Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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“Bridging the gap between science and communication is very important, but scientists rarely communicate their work effectively enough for a broad audience to understand. That’s the principle that underpins an unusual task Cecelia Musselman assigns to students in her ‘Advanced Writing for the Sciences’ course.”

Read the full article in News@Northeastern.

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