November 2010

Science Blog Roundup

A collection of science blogs that we think is worth checking out.


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Are you still getting your breaking science news from the front pages of Nature? That is so 1999. These days, scientists do what the rest of the world does: They turn to blogs. And, as with everything on the internet, science blogs exist in (over)abundance. Some are run by professional journalists at respected publications like Science and Nature, some are contributions from people working in a lab and some are just the musings of anonymous bloggers. So, which blogs should you add to your daily web-surfing routine? We’ve compiled a collection that we think is worth checking out.

A Blog Around the Clock
A site at the nexus of all things science— research, education and politics— A Blog Around the Clock also features a running interview series with bloggers discussing their trade.

ASBMB Policy Blotter
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s blog is written by the society’s public affairs staff, who are on the ground and in the trenches keeping you updated on science policy-related happenings in and around Washington, D.C.

Babbage
This is a broad science and technology blog hosted by The Economist that is as thorough and well-written as all of their articles.

Eye on FDA
This blog contains exactly what its title says: coverage of the happenings at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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