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Last week, Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News & Observer ran a short Q&A with me about science blogs.

I am also included (as #101) in the last issue of WIRED’s 101 Signals for Science:


On September 23rd and 24th, I’ll be participating in The Evolving Culture of Science Engagement event at MIT, followed by the Story Collider on the evening of 23rd, and by ScioBeantown tweetup on the evening of 24th. This may be followed by a tweetup in NYCity a day or two later – TBA.

Then I will go to Belgrade, Serbia to participate in the UNESCO South-East European Science Journalism School on October 2-5th, (more background, Facebook event page) where I will be involved in several workshops and panels (and will get to see my Mom).

Later in October, on 23rd and 24th, I will speak to health & medical journalism and science students at University of Georgia in Athens, GA. The rotating Atlanta/Athens science tweetup will be in Athens for that occasion.

Finally, on November 1-5 I’ll be in Gainesville, Florida for the annual NASW/CASW ScienceWriters2013 meeting, where I am organizing two sessions.

If you will be at any of those events, come by and say Hi.

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