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The award-winning student web magazine Scienceline, produced by the students of our graduate Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program, offers the following stories for syndication. (Please note that we offer the stories only, not the art or feedback functions.)

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We Can Stop Global Warming Today
http://www.scienceline.org/2009/11/07/blog-liu-global-warming-al-gore/
Al Gore’s newest book highlights solutions to the climate crisis


Which Canine Curriculum Should You Choose?
http://www.scienceline.org/2009/11/12/which-canine-curriculum-should-you-choose/
What science has to say about the best way to train your dog


Numbers Don’t Lie: Derek Jeter is a Horrible Shortstop
http://www.scienceline.org/2009/10/26/tech-liu-baseball-jeter-a-rod-statistics/
A New Tool Purports to Deliver the Most Accurate Fielding Statistics Ever

Marathoning: Is it in our DNA? http://www.scienceline.org/2009/10/31/blog-konkel-marathoning-is-it-in-our-dna/
Some scientists believe the modern human body evolved to run.

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