Naomi Hirsch of the OSU-based Superfund Research Center has pulled together a terrific set of Web and Emerging Technology Resources for Scientists. Bookmark it!
Some of the best writing about science can be found in the blogosphere, where scientists, science communicators and science enthusiasts share their discoveries, their curiosity and their passion for science. Top science magazines, from Discover and Scientific American to National Geographic, host entire virtual salons of smart, skillful science bloggers (see links to the right). Some of them are working scientists; all of them are top-notch science communicators. Here’s a sampling of some outstanding science blogging:
What science blogs are you reading? Feel free to suggest more in the comments! And if you aren’t reading any, why not?
Departmental blogs represented by people at the Thursday afternoon Science Online watch party:
(At this point, my netbook froze up and I think I missed capturing other blogs mentioned by participants. Apologies! Feel free to comment below with your blog title & URL!)
Additional Sea Grant blogs listed on the right range from specific research/outreach topics to experiences of our graduate and undergraduate fellows, interns and scholars.
To get a sense of the broad range of blogs being written and published on the OSU WordPress platform, visit blogs.oregonstate.edu