Five tips to improve your science blog

3634843977_8a94105b69_oThese days no scientist is allowed to work in the isolation of their laboratory. They must share their research and communicate their findings, not just in journals, but to the world at large.
The terms ‘dissemination’ and ‘outreach’ are always part of funding bids, so it is hardly surprising that many academics set up blogs to keep us informed about the projects. By blogging, researchers can discuss their science rapidly and informally without the pressure of peer review. Blogs may also increase the readership and citation rate of their primary papers.
But above all, scientific blogs can bridge the gap between academics and non-experts. Continue reading Five tips to improve your science blog

Filed under: science copywriting,science writing,Tips | By Deborah on March 29, 2014 at 11:20 pm