Voices for Canadian #Scicomm100 – 97…98…99…100!

We did it! 100 voices for scicomm in 50 days! We’ve had such a great time working with our contributors and artists who made this possible and we’re delighted with the enthusiasm our readers and followers have brought to the initiative. Tomorrow we’re going to present some of the highlights of the 100 voices campaign. But today […]

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Meet the Science Borealis Outreach Team

When we first started Science Borealis back in 2013, we had a small core team that did pretty much everything. In the past three years, however, we’ve evolved to include a dedicated Outreach Team! They manage our everyday interactions on Facebook and Twitter. They’re also the people who bring you the fabulous moon-thly newsletter, and […]

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Science Games People Play

By Raymond Nakamura and Liz Martin-Silverstone, Multimedia Editors With the hashtag PokeBlitz, Canadian entomologist Morgan Jackson used the Pokemon Go craze to encourage people to appreciate biodiversity. This inspired us to peek at other ways computer games communicate science. Benefits “Games are fundamental to the way we learn,” said Jeremy Friedberg, a molecular genetics PhD […]

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Science Borealis Featured Blog: Laura Ulrich – Monsters and Molecules

By Liz Martin-Silverstone and Raymond Nakamura, Multimedia Editors After our Science Borealis Reader Survey, we randomly selected four participating blogs to be profiled here on the Borealis Blog during 2016. This is the second of those featured posts.   RN: I’m delighted to introduce my new Multimedia co-editor, Liz Martin-Silverstone, a paleontological powerhouse studying across […]

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