So much science is being written around the blogiverse. So much science that should be more spread, shared and understood.
With this as motivation, here at the Science in Review blog, I decided to start a Group Writing Project that calls out to all scientists or bloggers interested in science to write about science in a way that is understandable by all, and focus on a proposed theme.
I intend to, on a periodic basis, give out a subject to be used as theme for articles. Call it a Blog Carnival, a Group Writing project, whatever… If participation exceeds expectations, I’ll consider turning this projects into a real Blog Carnival with different hosts. If not, I’ll just keep it on my own backyard.
This edition’s theme: Bacteria.
- Write a post on your blog about anything Bacteria (news that involve bacteria, diseases, lab techniques, anything bacteria… if it has bacteria in it, then it’s suitable), but write in in a way that can also be understood by laymen. The Deadline is October 5th.
- Leave a comment on this post with the permalink to your article or contact me directly.
- Spread the word. Although it’s not required that you announce this Project in your blog before your submission, it’s very much appreciated.
- After the deadline, I’ll collect all the links and publish them all in one post. You can either link to it from your blog or reprint the list.
Nothing more simple…
The advantages of participating are many: you’ll be creating content that may be interesting to your readers and it will probably be linked by the majority of the participants.
I’ll be looking forward for your submission.
UPDATE: This edition of Science Linked had been posted
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