SCIENCE BOREALIS: EDITORS’ PICKS FOR 2014!

To celebrate our first anniversary, we asked our team of volunteer editors to select their favourite blog from their category, the one they thought everyone should know about. Here are their picks! —- Multimedia (editors Raymond Nakamura & Lisa Willemse) Monsters and Molecules by Laura Ulrich Laura’s visually engaging blog is an excellent exploration of science […]

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Help Us Celebrate Our First Anniversary with a Blog Carnival!

by Kimberly Moynahan Science in Society subject editor On November 22, Science Borealis turns one! It’s been a really busy year for our team of volunteers — running the day-to-day activities of Science Borealis, keeping our website up and running, engaging in all of our social media streams, approving and syndicating new blogs, and making […]

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Science Borealis: Officially Incorporated!

On November 2, 2014, Science Borealis officially incorporated under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act. The team is pleased to announce this important milestone and introduce you to its first Board of Directors. Built on the principles of curiosity, engagement and collaboration, incorporating Science Borealis means we have reached a goal that will help us better […]

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Call to Canadian Science Bloggers: Fill the Media Gap

by Kimberly Moynahan Science in Society subject editor As many of you already know, the Council of Canadian Academies released an assessment last week entitled, “Science Culture: Where Canada Stands.” The report is the result of an in-depth, independent assessment to investigate the state of Canada’s science culture.  It was initiated in 2012 at the […]

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Summertime – and the science multimedia posts keep coming

By Raymond Nakamura and Lisa Willemse Multimedia subject editors Your Science Borealis multimedia editors are working hard on a virtual patio, sipping cyber cocktails, as we discuss summery science posts involving different media… Raymond: Summer is precious in Canada and combines so many memories of personal experience with a fundamentally scientific concept. I love how […]

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