3 Great Blogs for Science Teachers

Science is not just interesting, but fun. Here are three great blogs that explain and explore science in a way that everyone will find interesting. Things I Won’t Work With This is the blog of a drug discovery chemist as he describes all the most dangerous and horrible chemicals in existence. From chlorine azide, to […]

The Move is Complete

The move is now complete! After this I will be changing only “minor” details. Please let me know if you detect any errors or inconsistencies. Thanks. I will restart posting very soon.

Moving from TypePad to WordPress

In the last few days, I’ve been preparing the move of this blog from TypePad to WordPress. I hope everything will be OK soon, but expect some turbulence around here in the next few days. I will post again after setting everything up.

Physics 2.0

Talking physics in the social Web. ‘From “blogs” to “wikis”, the Web is now more than a mere repository of information. Martin Griffiths investigates how this new interactivity is affecting the way physicists communicate and access information.’ Brave new Web. ‘Physicists need to keep abreast of the latest changes in science publishing.’

Triangle Science Blogging Conference

The Triangle Science Blogging Conference will be a day-long conference Saturday, January 20, 2007 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This is a free, open and public event for scientists, educators, students, journalists, bloggers and anyone interested in discussing science communication, education and literacy — and […]