ScienceOnline2010 - introducing the participants

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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.

Stephanie Zvan is a science fiction and fantasy writer and editor. She blogs on Almost Diamonds and Quiche Moraine and tweets. I interviewed Stephanie on the blog, and Stephanie interviewed me on the radio. At the conference, she will co-moderate the session on Trust and Critical Thinking.

Bill Hooker is a molecular/cellular biologist and an Open Access evangelist. This will be Bill's fourth appearance at the conference. He blogs on Open Reading Frame. I interviewed Bill last year.

Michelle Francl is a professor of chemistry at Bryn Mawr College. She blogs on The Culture of Chemistry and Quantum Theology and is on Twitter.

Travis Saunders is an obesity researcher, a PhD student in Exercise Physiology in Ottawa, Canada, a Certified Exercise Physiologist, public speaker, writer and distance runner. He blogs on Obesity Panacea and tweets.

Tracey Switek is the Associate Coordinator at the Rutgers IR-4 Project, and ecologist, photographer, a blogger and twitterer. Oh, btw, she is married to Brian so she is a SciBling in a way as well.

Thomas Linden is the anchor of Journal Watch Audio, the Director of the UNC Science & Medical Journalism Program and a blogger.

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