Just came back from The 2010 Conference on Communicating Science in Greenville SC which was awesome. Getting up before dawn tomorrow to get myself first to NYC to SciAm offices, then to ScienceWriters2010 at Yale in New Haven CT. Here are some examles of good science writing for you:
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- BIO101 - Physiology: Coordinated Response
- Food goes through a rabbit twice. Think what that means!
- ScienceOnline2011 – interview with Robin Lloyd
- Coturnix on Sex, part I - Blogging in the nude
- UCLA's Peter Narins' lecture on frog communication (video)
- The PepsiGate linkfest
- BIO101 - Physiology: Regulation and Control
- Woodpecker vs. egg eating Yellow-bellied Puffing Snake (video)
- Scienceblogging: The Lay Scientist (and The Guardian) – a Q&A with Martin Robbins
- Why is some coverage of scientific news in the media very poor?
- Tips on verifying, debunking and carefully handling rumors wp.me/poqp6-3TX via @wordpressdotcom 2 hours ago
- Another Quick Tip For Crediting Photos and Visual Art on Twitter blogs.scientificamerican.com/compound-eye/2… via @sciam 2 hours ago
- Syndemics and Historic Diseases wp.me/pwqhX-2SZ via @MZiegler3 3 hours ago
- I have data, ESA, I promise! wp.me/p2wMuW-3es via @DynamicEcology 3 hours ago
- How big was <i>'Huanghetitan' ruyangensis</i>? I mean, really? wp.me/p7FmM-30b via @wordpressdotcom 3 hours ago
- RT @ccziv: Scientists have created the perfect music for cats sciencealert.com/scientists-hav… #via @ScienceAlert 18 hours ago
- RT @ccziv: Social Media-A Lifeline For Patients With Rare Diseases onforb.es/1M1FxA7 via @forbes 18 hours ago
- RT @ccziv: Atul Gawande and Palliative Care shar.es/1WUXpK via @sharethis 18 hours ago
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