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Over a 30-year journalism career, Maura Casey worked as an Tom Mulligan is Maritime Reporter’s science and technology
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Hartford Courant and The New York Times. She has won 45 lin in 1979 with a BA Hons Degree in Natural Sciences (Chem-
In U.S.: national and regional awards for journalism, including a shared istry). He earned a Master Degree in Industrail Chemistry from
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Pulitzer Prize for reporting, Scripps Howard’s Walker Stone the University of Limerick in 1986. two years (24 issues) $190.00
Award for Outstanding Editorial Writing, and the Yankee Quill
Rest of the World:
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One full year (12 issues) $189.00; been a staff of