This from the Science Media Centre NZ:
Are scientists blogging in New Zealand? They sure are – but it is relatively tricky to find them.
That will change on September 30 when the Science Media Centre launches Sciblogs.co.nz, a blogging network bringing together some of the best science blogs in the country and launching a good few new ones.
Sciblogs will kick off with 25 bloggers from universities, CRIs and private research institutions covering everything from healthcare to climate change. Our bloggers know their stuff – they have two dozen PhDs between them and they aren’t afraid to tackle the big science-related issues affecting society.
Sciblogs will become an online hub for discussion of scientific topics and will grow to include other bloggers. If you would like to enquire about hosting a science blog on Sciblogs, contact the .
Sciblogs will be live on Wednesday September 30 and you will be able to keep tabs on our Scibloggers via RSS, email updates and by following Sciblogs on Twitter.
Also – notice how many more commenters here have their own avatar. I think that’s something to do with their involvement in Sciblogs.co.nz
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