ScienceOnline2010 – introducing the participants: even more SciBlings

A record number of bloggers from are coming to the meeting – I have already introduced a bunch of them. Here are a few more, and that’s still not all of them.
As you know you can see everyone who’s registered for the conference, but I highlight 4-6 participants every day as this may be an easier way for you to digest the list. You can also look at the Program so see who is doing what.
Sandra Porter is a microbiologist and molecular biologist. She produces educational materials and bioinformatics tools at Digital World Biology, she blogs and tweets. At the conference, Sandy will co-moderate the session “Citizen Science and Students”.
Ed Yong is a freelance science writer, the information officer at Cancer Research UK, a blogger and a twitterer. At the conference, Ed will co-moderate the session “Rebooting Science Journalism in the Age of the Web“.
Katie Thompson is a graphic designer, a graduate of University of Alabama in both pure mathematics and English. She blogs on Zooillogix.
Brian Switek is a freelance science writer, as student at Rutgers University, a blogger on Laelaps and Dinosaur Tracking and a twitterer. At the conference, Brian will co-moderate the session “From Blog to Book: Using Blogs and Social Networks to Develop Your Professional Writing“.
Blake Stacey is a physicist, a science fiction writer, and a blogger. At the conference, Blake will co-moderate the session “Connections with mathematics and programming through modeling”.
Chris Rowan is a geologist at the University of Edinburgh, a blogger and twitterer. At the conference, Chris will co-moderate the session “Earth Science, Web 2.0+, and Geospatial Applications”.

2 responses to “ScienceOnline2010 – introducing the participants: even more SciBlings

  1. Thanks, Bora! And pardon the shameless plug, but I am writing a book about paleontology and evolution called Written in Stone, too. 🙂

  2. Bora, how could you forget about Brian’s Book!!!!11!!!!
    I’m looking forward to meeting many of my as yet un-met siblings, and this time, I want to have an actual conversation with Brian, which we somehow managed to not do last time. (thee days and two hundred people is difficult)