Science Borealis blog carnival entries

Thanks to all the Science Borealis bloggers who participated in our first anniversary blog carnival! Our theme was: what was the most important story in your field in 2014? We’ve summarized the entries below – check out scienceborealis.ca for many more posts from our blogging community! Thanks to all the bloggers who participated. Monsters & […]

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Meet the Science Borealis Leadership Team

This week, as part of our ongoing First Anniversary celebration, we’d like you to meet our Leadership Team, which runs the day-to-day operations of Science Borealis. While each team member has specific duties, everyone pitches in as needed – planning special events, authoring or editing documents, monitoring the feed, replying to emails, attending outreach events, […]

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How we do science communication: survey results

by Lisa Willemse & Catherine Anderson Communication, Education, and Outreach subject editors In our last editorial, we discussed a report by the Council of Canadian Academies that labeled science culture as “underdeveloped” in English Canada. This gap appears to be rich in opportunity for Canadian science bloggers and other creators of science communications. But those […]

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