Public voting for Quark prizes now open

By Grant Jacobs 03/06/2010

Recently I pointed out the latest Quark prizes competition for science blog writing had opened. Public voting is now starting until June 7th. (Ending midnight, New York City time.)

To vote, go the list of nominees, browse the entries, then click on the link near the top reading ‘click here to vote’.

There’s 80 articles of very good reading there. Even you aren’t interesting in voting I suggest visiting the page and browsing, the selection really is excellent.

Some of the more popular science blogs have quite a few entries! My blog (Code for life) has two: I’m flattered that someone else nominated an entry. Thank you to whoever you are 🙂

Other posts on Code for life:

GMOs and the plants we eat: neither are “natural”

Monkey business, or is my uncle also my Dad?

Aww, crap.

Deleting a gene can turn an ovary into a testis in adult mammals

You can change the ideas, but not the data