As a new semester starts at NYU, we here at Scienceline have said goodbye to the class ahead of us and have taken over as your new editorial staff. We’d like to thank the old guard for its hard work, kind and consistent mentorship, and several awfully fun nights out on the town. Scienceline is the brainchild of our founding editors and we hope to respect their creation while adding some new touches of our own.
To that end, please look for some changes coming your way. Most involve making the site a bit more interactive by integrating some multimedia content to enhance our already great print material and rededicating ourselves to keeping our blog current. Scienceline’s content may also shift slightly. While the founding class was focused on the environment and health, our class seems to fancy policy and neuroscience, so look for our stories to have a different flavor.
We are incredibly excited to continue to present you with novel stories you won’t find on other science websites, stories that are unique and uniquely written. This is a valuable opportunity for us, the 25th class of NYU’s Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program, and we are excited to meet the challenge. From flexible electronics, to creationists and global warming, to aerosol prophylactics, we love writing stories and are so happy you enjoy reading them.
Editor in Chief