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ScienceOnline Together 2014 website now LIVE! - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
We’re excited to announce the ScienceOnline Together 2014 website: together.scienceonline.com The session list is full of exciting topics for discussion. We had over 200 ideas submitted via the wiki and wufoo forms! Our advisory panel helped me to narrow down the ideas that best fit our goals for the conference. It was not an easy […]
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Scott Rosenberg joins ScienceOnline board of directors - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
ScienceOnline is pleased to welcome Scott Rosenberg to the Board of Directors, effective Sept. 1, 2013. Scott will serve a three-year term. “Scott brings to the ScienceOnline Board a history of entrepreneurial successes and deep knowledge of online social networks, and we are grateful for his volunteering his leadership skills to our young and promising […]
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Waves of praise for ScienceOnline Oceans - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
ScienceOnline Oceans has been another resounding success. Find out what the attendees are writing about the event.
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ScioX community news – September 2013 - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
More news from the members of our community: The proposal for Maryn McKenna‘s third book, on how the antibiotic era created modern agriculture and what happened afterward, sold at auction to National Geographic Books. In August, she began a year-long stint as the first project fellow in the Knight Science Journalism program at MIT, working […]
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LiveScribe Boards from ScienceOnline Climate - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Perrin Ireland documented the ScienceOnline Climate conference with her livescribing skills. Here are the visual records of the conference!
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ScioX community news - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Hello! This is the first post in what will be an occasional series, highlighting comings and goings of people in our community, noting as people get new gigs and jobs, book deals, degrees and awards, when they move to new places and other notable events in their lives. If you have news of this kind […]
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Andy Revkin’s “Liberated Carbon” performance at ScioClimate - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Andy Revkin, the keynote speaker of our ScienceOnline Climate conference last week, surprised the audience with a live rendition of his song “Liberated Carbon.” Andy Revkin performs “Liberated Carbon” at 2013 ScioClimate from Climate Nexus on Vimeo.
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Checking in from ScienceOnline Climate - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
ScienceOnline Climate, the first of our nonprofit organization’s thematic conferences, is taking place now in Washington, D.C. It’s running smoothly — kudos to Karyn, Liz and Jamie! — and we’ve seen participants engaged in good conversations in the sessions and during the breaks. Naturally, there have been a lot of questions about how to understand […]
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Sun and sea, Climate and Oceans - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
I’m just back from a family vacation in Rhode Island. Listen to my short podcast reflection on why I enjoyed being  in the elements, and why I’m excited about ScienceOnline Climate and ScienceOnline Oceans: Anton reflects on Oceans and Climate
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Off & Running for ScienceOnline Together 2014 - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
It’s hard to believe that plans for ScienceOnline Together 2014 are well underway! On July 15th, we closed the Session Suggestion wiki and form. Many thanks to everyone who contributed their ideas and suggestions. Your comments really help us as we work to put the program together. If you are not familiar with our process […]
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Blog Networks on ScienceSeeker - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Back in 2010, as more and more science blogging networks started to proliferate, we decided we needed a one-stop-shopping website to aggregate posts from all the networks. We launched the site in August 2010 – the ScienceBlogging.org meta-aggregator of science blogging networks. Concurrently, ScienceSeeker.org was being developed as a tool to index and search science […]
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ScienceOnline Events Update - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
As we reminded you a couple of weeks ago, ScienceOnline community and the organization are busy preparing a number of upcoming events. Today, we need to give you some important updates on three major events coming up soon, so you can start planning today: ScienceOnlineClimate ScienceOnlineClimate will be held in Washinton D.C. on August 15-16th, […]
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What’s new at ScienceOnline? - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Heat of summer is coming, but we are not falling asleep. ScienceOnline community, and the organization under the able leadership of executive director Karyn Traphagen, is busy planning future events and projects. Our flagship conference, now renamed ScienceOnline Together, is in full swing of preparation. The eighth annual event will be held on February 26 [...]
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ScienceSeeker Awards and Update - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
There were more than 350 posts nominated for the inaugural ScienceSeeker Awards! Congratulations to everyone who was nominated and to everyone who nominated a post. In case you don’t remember what ScienceSeeker is, it is the the official portal of the ScienceOnline community for collecting, curating, and filtering science writing. ScienceSeeker is itself a project [...]
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Your story, please: How has ScienceOnline made a difference? - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
I was sitting with Bora today in the lovely beer garden of Fearrington Village, catching up after a few weeks of busy but fun travel and birthday celebrations for him, and work and Talk Story for me. (Bora met me just in time to snap a photo of me with Chef Thomas Keller.) As we chatted, [...]
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Two new articles about social media for science - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
We were delighted to see these two recent scholarly publications by our community members: An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists, by Holly Bik and Miriam Goldstein The role of twitter in the life cycle of a scientific publication, by Emily S. Darling, David Shiffman, Isabelle M. Côté, Joshua A. Drew Kudos to both groups for sharing their knowledge [...]
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We Need Your Support - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
As a young nonprofit, we are charged with demonstrating broad public support for our organization so that we can maintain our 501(c)(3) status. So, in addition to seeking larger individual donations, and applying for grants, we need donations from a broad donor base. Here’s how we can do that. We are asking for donations of [...]
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Save the Date: ScienceOnline Together (2014) - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Save the Date for our flagship annual conference: ScienceOnline Together (2014). When: February 26 – March 1, 2014. Where: Raleigh, NC (the North Carolina State University McKimmon Center will be our host once again!) Details about registration process, registration fees, and more will be coming soon!
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What is ScienceOnline Teen all about? THIS! - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
NOTE: this amazing video was created by Rachael, a high school senior!
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Online Science-Style (the 2013 Music Video of #scio13) - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
Many thanks to Dr. Carin Bondar for her creativity and enthusiasm in creating this ScienceOnline2013 Music Video!
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Update on ScienceSeeker Contest! - http://scienceonline.com/2013...
It’s one month into the nominations period for the inaugural ScienceSeeker Awards, and there is just one month left to nominate your favorite posts for the contest! In case you don’t remember how to nominate a post, it’s really simple: just find that post’s entry on ScienceSeeker (hint: use the filters and search box on [...]
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ScienceOnline Sessions: What’s the Difference? - http://scienceonline.com/blog...
ScienceOnline conferences are not your typical conference. One thing that we focus on is a conversational, rather than presentational, model for our sessions. So, what exactly are the different types of sessions at a ScienceOnline event like? We think there are four main types of sessions that make up the ScienceOnline style. SKILLS WORKSHOPS These [...]
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RT @SciSeeker: Bored on a Sunday? Nominate some blog posts for the ScienceSeeker awards! http://blog.scienceseeker.org/announc...
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RT @BoraZ: How many people started a science blog while still doing research, got on a blog network, and now are professional science writers?
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How Science Studio will put spotlight on multimedia content http://www.journalism.co.uk/news... @roseveleth @BenLillie @Science_Studio
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RT @sciamblogs: If you missed it last night: #AAASmtg: Science and Social Media RECAP! http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/scicuri... by @scicurious at #SciAmBlogs
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RT @BoraZ: The @Science_Studio now has a FB page for you to 'Like': https://www.facebook.com/thescie...
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RT @BoraZ: Nominate (yours or other people's) best science podcasts, videos or animations: http://www.thesciencestudio.org/ and follow @Science_Studio
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