September 12, 2008

Blogging Professors: Big Boffins with Blogs

Jeffrey Bates by Julian CashI’ve been hunting all over the interweb looking for Professors that have blogs. While it would be a good thing if there were more, (see the science blogging challenge 2008), there are surprising amount of big boffins that already blog. I should say that by big, I mean (full) professor. By boffin I mean a person practicing science including biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering and hell, even computer “science” and the “dismal science” of economics too. By blog I mean, a web-log or a lab-log which is personal, frequently updated (with web feed) and allows comments. Here is my collection of big boffins with blogs, with a little help from friendfeed.com [1]. It is ordered alphabetically by surname and I hope it gives a flavour of some of the bloggers out there on the Web. If you know any more, please let me know. (more…)

February 29, 2008


Filed under: lablogs — Duncan Hull @ 11:26 am
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Some notes from a workshop on blog-based laboratory notebooks “LaBlogs” (Laboratory Logs / Weblogs) held at the Cosener’s House in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, hosted by Cameron Neylon, a protein biochemist based at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) and the University of Southampton. (more…)

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