ScienceOnline2011 – introducing the participants

As I do every year, I will do a 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.

Scott Rosenberg is a Director of MediaBugs.org, a pioneer blogger at Wordyard.com (also at Salon.com). He is a co-founder and was the managing editor of Salon.com. Scott tweets as @scottros and is the author of two excellent books: Say Everything and Dreaming in Code.

Maia Szalavitz is a Freelance neuroscience journalist and writer for TIME. She blogs at Born for Love, tweets as @maiasz and is the co-author of several books including Born for Love: Why Empathy Is Essential–and Endangered.

Stewart Wills is the Editorial Director for Web & New Media at AAAS/Science Magazine. He tweets as @stewartwills

John Timmer is the Science Editor at Ars Technica and he tweets as @j_timmer. I interviewed John back in February.

Emily Willingham is a writer and editor. She blogs at College Biology Blog and The Biology Files. She is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to College Biology and she tweets as @collegebiology and @biolotrix.

Stephanie Soucheray-Grell is a student of Medical Journalism at UNC.

Leigh Krietsch Boerner is a graduate student at Indiana University and a freelance science writer, blogging at Just Another Electron Pusher and tweeting as @LeighJKBoerner/

Allison Bland is a Communication, Culture and Technology student at Georgetown University. She tweets as @blandiloquent.

Diane Kelly is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She blogs at Science Made Cool. She is the author of children’s books Fossils and Stick Insect.

Robert Reddick is a Blogger and Developer in Mount Holly, near Charlotte NC. He blogs at RobertReddick.com and tweets as @rabbitrock.

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