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Archives for May, 2010

This fall, more than 500 science and engineering organizations, thousands of scientists, and even more young people, will gather in Washington D.C. for a one-of-a-kind festival. The USA Science & Engineering Festival has made ScienceBlogs its blogging partner for the run up to the big event, and have been serving up a ton of cool…

Two weeks ago (on Earth Day, no less), what is destined to become the biggest ecological disaster in history began as the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded. Situated 50 miles off the Louisiana coast, the well is still gushing oil and the growing slick is now making landfall. While this disaster will continue to unfold…

On Friday, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and Chris Mooney presented “Unruly Democracy: Science Blogs and the Public Sphere,” a conference that brought together Seed, Discover, The Boston Globe, ClimateProgress, and more. The ScienceBlogs contingent included Joy Moore, Seed Media Group’s VP of Global Partnerships, and bloggers Jessica Palmer of Bioephemera and Dr. Isis…