scienceonline2010It’s one week to ScienceOnline 2010. Last year I missed it because of the threat of weather and this year I’ll likely be hobbling in on crutches. I’m listed to give a few presentations/demos and a joint session regarding Citizen Science and Students with Sandra Porter and Tara Richerson. I’m going to have the chance to catch up with people I know such as Cameron Neylon and JC Bradley who’ll be covering Open Notebook Science. I notice that Bill Hooker is in town and look forward to connecting with him too. I’ll get to meet Hope Leman who runs the blog “Significant Science” and released a blog this weekend regarding an interview with me. It was a real pleasure to work on that with Hope.

ScienceOnline is THE place to be to discuss online science based on what I’ve heard from previous attendees. It always fills up early, is incredibly well organized in terms of workshops, guest attendees and social events based on what I’ve seen. I am looking forward to experiencing the event, sharing space with some of the leaders in the domain of online science and seeing some old friends. One week to go…lots of preparation work to do.

I’m presently building a list of examples of Citizen Science in Chemistry. If you have any examples you believe are worth highlighting please feel free to send them through. Thanks

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One Response to “One Week to ScienceOnline 2010 and Citizen Science”

  1. edinson alvarez says:

    Hello Friends of Citizens for Science

    My name is Edinson Alvarez POSADA I teach Science and Chemistry at the Ecole Normale Superieure Christ the King in the city of Barrancabermeja, Santander, Colombia, South America. We know how we can bind the public network for Science. teaching and learning materials that can we can send. Thanks God bless

    The address is School Carrera 28 N ª 52-08,

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