Continuing with the series of posts introducing attendees/participants of ScienceOnline2011. You can find them all on the list, but it may help if you get them in smaller chunks, focusing on a few at a time.
Carmen Drahl is a PhD chemist and a Science reporter and blogger at Chemical & Engineering News, where she blogs on Newscripts and The Haystack. She tweets as @carmendrahl. I interviewed Carmen back in April.
Rachel Pepling is the Editor at Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) Online magazine. She tweets as @rachelpep.
Molly Keener is a veteran of all the ScienceOnline conferences in the past. She is the Scholarly Communication Librarian in the Coy C. Carpenter Library at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and runs their news blog. She is on Twitter as @mollykeener.
Desiree Schell is the Show Host of Skeptically Speaking and tweets as @teh_skeptic.
Ed Yong is a Science writer. He blogs at Not Exactly Rocket Science and at Cancer Research UK and tweets as @Edyong209. I interviewed Ed back in March.
Maria Walters is the Director for Game Operations at Hi-Rez Studios. She blogs at Skepchick.org and tweets as @masalaskeptic
Greg Gbur is a Professor of Physics at UNC Charlotte. He blogs at Skulls in the Stars and tweets as @drskyskull
Jelena Ducic is a biologist and the Primary NFP for the Convention on Biological Diversity in the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning of Serbia.
Blake Stacey is a researcher at the New England Complex Systems Institute. He blogs at Science After Sunclipse and tweets as @blakestacey. He is the author of Until Earthset and I interviewed Blake for the blog last year.
Stephanie Levi is the Coordinator at the Student Center for Science Engagement at the Northeastern Illinois University. She blogs at Science is Sexy and tweets as @scienceissexy