Sciencey Blog carnivals

I am just trying to put together a list of extant blog carnivals with science, nature and medical topics here. I am particularly interested in RSS feeds that track new editions as they go live. Please let me know in the comments if I missed some, or if there is a better homepage (or a good feed) to use to track these carnivals.

Scientia Pro Publica

Scientiae

The Giant’s Shoulders

Berry Go Round

Festival of the Trees

Grand Rounds

Change of Shift

Circus of the Spineless

Carnival of the Blue

The Carnal Carnival

Carnival of the Green

I and the Bird

Carnival of Evolution

The Accretionary Wedge

Carnival of Space

An Inordinate Fondness

House of Herps

The Moth and Me

The Fourth Stone Hearth

Cancer Research Blog Carnival

SurgeXperiences

Health Wonk Review

The MolBio Carnival

Friday Ark (does not seem to have up-to-date archives)

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12 responses to “Sciencey Blog carnivals

  1. as the self-nominated keeper of the twitter stream that tweets notifications of all science, environment, nature and medical blog carnivals, here’s those from my list that you’ve missed:

    Carnival of Evolution
    The Accretionary Wedge
    Carnival of Space
    an inordinate fondness
    House of Herps
    The Moth and Me (they really need an infusion of hosts & submissions)
    Four Stone Hearth

    Cancer Carnival
    SurgeExperiences (this one may be permanently discontinued)
    Health Wonk Review (mostly health policy stuff)

    there’s also a molecular biology carnival that’s trying to get started, but haven’t seen anything besides a few rumors flying around twitter, and one request for submissions.

  2. The MolBio carnival: http://bit.ly/bjdFTn for molecular and cellular biology. First issue coming out on 2nd August (so not sure if it counts as an already existing carnival…)

  3. lol either you just added it or I didn’t see it. Thanks!

  4. I am adding as they come, either here or on Twitter.

  5. a few more:

    All Things Eco (static carnival, less science-y than most)
    Carnival of Mathematics (this one has a sweet community of regular contributors)
    Diversity in Science (appears to be ongoing, but has a veeeerrry long wait between each published carnival)
    Drugs and Pharmacology (this one appears to be dead, but i check in every so often anyway, just in case there’s a resurrection)

  6. Speaking of blog carnivals, do you know what happened to the Encephalon blog carnival for all things neuroscience? The sharp brains link appears to have last been updated around November of December of last year.

    I know you have hosted this carnival in the past, so I thought you might have an idea of what was going on with it.

  7. encephalon crapped out last year. would love to see it resurrected, or perhaps a “brain and behavior” carnival started t replace it. there’s need for this sort of thing, but blog carnivals have this problem of lasting only as long as the least enthusiastic manager/owner.

  8. OK, Bora want a feed, #IoweBora and my bank account it’s at the red 😦

    But #IoweBora, so, here is a first draft of a feed for almost all of the carnivals listed here.
    Consider that an alpha, will add filtering by date probably and try to figure out how to add those carnivals without a feed!
    The feed’s URL: http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=e0aa300c0ade795c0db0b6c6518376b7&_render=rss
    The feed’s page:
    http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.info?_id=e0aa300c0ade795c0db0b6c6518376b7
    best viewed as ‘list’

    Comments, advises, critics, hourras, etc. welcome

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  10. Also, The Boneyard keeps dying and resurrecting – I just saw a discussion yesterday on one of the paleontology blogs about resurrecting it again.

  11. The Boneyard keeps dying and resurrecting – I just saw a discussion yesterday on one of the paleontology blogs about resurrecting it again.

    why does this strike me as being somehow appropriate for a carnival called “the boneyard”?

  12. The appropriateness did not escape me 😉