I wasn't aware until recently that the journal Nature had gone all internetty with the online Nature Network. There are a number of blogs, of course, including a number by women in the sciences. This seems like a pretty new venture (most of the blogs have fewer than ten posts), so I thought it would be nice to highlight a few of them:
- Courtney Sill blogs about the final months of being a grad student at BU in The Home Stretch.
- Anna Kushnir's Lab Life is about her personal experiences in the lab as a PhD student at Harvard Medical School.
- Corie Lok is the editor of Nature Network's Boston branch, and her blog covers science from the Bostonian point of view.
- Deanne Taylor blogs primarily about the biosciences and technology.
- Jacqueline Floyd has two blogs: Element List covers science news and web sites and Seismogenesis (so new that there is only one post) discusses earthquakes and faulting.
- Shelly Praveen's blog has only one post, but the topic - use of transgenic technology in agriculture - is an interesting one, so I'm going to be watching it.