A Blog Around The Clock

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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.

John Hogenesch is an Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Pharmacology where he studies a topic dear to my heart – biological clocks. I interviewed John a few months ago. At the conference, John will moderate the session on Science in the cloud and do a Demo of Social Networking and performance evaluation in scientific centers.

Darlene Cavalier is the blogger at The Science Cheerleader, writer for Discover Magazine, founder of ScienceForCitizens.net and twitterer. At the conference, Darlene will moderate not one, not two, but three sessions: on Science on Radio, TV and video, Citizen Science and Science Education: Adults.

Damond Nollan is the Web Services Manager at North Carolina Central University, a Business PhD student, a blogger and Twitterer. At the conference, Damond will co-moderate the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Session: Engaging underrepresented groups in online science media.

Diana Gitig is a freelance science writer who has written for Science, Genetic Engineering News, The Scientist, BioTechniques, and the New York Academy of Sciences. And she is testing the waters of Twitter.

Stephen Pogonowski is a blogger and twitterer for the Faculty of 1000.

Emily Fisher is the Online Editor of Oceana Magazine and writes for the Oceana Newsletter and Oceana blog and Oceana twitter.

Comments

  1. #1 Catharine
    December 8, 2009

    Bora has neglected to mention that his fascinating wife will attend this year. This fact may deter some people from coming, which is fine because we need the space.

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