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Monday Minute: Women in Science blogging

September 20, 2010

Interested in finding more women in science blogging?  Here are three up-to-the-minute places to start:

– The monthly Scientae Carnival of women science bloggers;
The Lay Scientist, Martin Robbins, hosted by The Guardian (post crowdsourced this week on twitter); and
– the Women in Planetary Science blogroll, which has a long list of science bloggers created two years ago and updated most recently two weeks ago.

And on that note, I was asked an interesting question by a reporter yesterday: what are some good examples of scientists using social media to communicate their results to the public?  I gave her several NASA E/PO links, but the question got me thinking.  What are some planetary science social media sites that you enjoy, to which you contribute, or that you just happen to know about?

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  1. September 28, 2010 4:59 am

    I was searching about this issue everywhere,I was really curious about this…Really big thanks.I will always looking for your new articles.Farewell, Richard

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