Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

Image: wemidji (Jacques Marcoux).

Nam et ipsa scientia potestas est (And thus knowledge itself is power)
– Sir Francis Bacon.

YAY!! Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the People) “The Blogodiversity Edition” was published today at Deep Thoughts and Silliness.

Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the People) is a traveling blog carnival that celebrates the best science, nature and medical writing targeted specifically to the public that has been published in the blogosphere within the past 60 days.

Your host for the upcoming 1 February edition is John, author of Kind of Curious. To send your submissions to Scientia Pro Publica, either emial your submission directly to Scientia Blog Carnival at gmail, use this automated submission form or use the cute little widget on the right (sometimes that widget doesn’t upload when the mother site is sick). Be sure to include the URL or “permalink”, the essay title and, to make life easier for the host, please include a 2-3 sentence summary. If you wish to read the archived issues to see those contributions that were included previously, visit the Scientia website for links to archived carnivals. Please note that all essays must be written for the purpose of communicating with the public and non-specialists, and all submissions that qualify as either advertising or pseudoscience will be rejected.

Since this is a traveling blog carnival, it needs host sites to travel to. If you are interested in hosting this carnival on your blog, please contact me as soon as possible or email Scientia directly. Scientia Pro Publica is published on the first and third Monday of each month, so feel free to choose a particular date, or I’ll assign you the first available date. We are in dire need of hosts for upcoming issues, starting on 15 February.