Those of you who read my other blog have probably seen this, but for those of you who don't:
ScienceOnline09 is an annual science communication conference that brings together scientists, bloggers, educators, and students to discuss promoting public understanding of science. Stephanie Zvan and I will be moderating a session on science fiction as a tool for science communication. We're looking for input on the topic and to start an online conversation between science fiction writers and science bloggers.If you'd like to participate in the online discussion, get the questions, then post your answers on your blog.
Participation is easy:
Questions about science and its relationship to science fiction are posted at my blog - Biology in Science Fiction - and at Stephanie's blog Almost Diamonds. Send us a link to your answers on your own blog or post the link the comments at either site. If you're a writer without a blog, you can post your answers directly at either site.
We will then collect links to the posts on the ScienceOnline09 conference wiki, as well as our own blogs, and facilitate a discussion on the different ways science and science fiction are used.
I look forward to seeing your contributions!
Tags: ScienceOnline09, science fiction, blogs