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Science blogs

Posted by iskanbasal on June 28, 2007

I added science blogs.to my blogroll in the right side bar. These are all selected by SEEDS magazine and media as important blogging sites. There are only a limited number of selected blogs here, I think just 63. the aim of the seedmedia is to improve sience literacy in the public culture:

ScienceBlogs was created by Seed Media Group. We believe that science literacy is a pre-condition for progress in the 21st century. At a time when public interest in science is high but public understanding of science remains weak, we have set out to create innovative media ventures to improve science literacy and to advance global science culture.

I already know only “aietiology” in the list of their bloggers. This action is important in the field of scientific knowledge, although I aways think about the interactions between science and the other fields of life. There are however articles in Seed that take this into consideration. certainly I should learn more about it, as time permitts.

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