If you are not sure what this is, ScienceSeeker is the main portal for collecting, connecting and filtering science writing online, especially on science blogs (Note: it is a project of ScienceOnline of which I am one of the co-founders and co-chairmen). It is also the main tool that The Library Of Congress is using in decision-making for preserving all science blogs.
Hannah was also a finalist in the Best science art post category with Photos of Starfish Up Close: What Are You Looking At? she wrote for the Smithsonian.
Finalists in various other categories:
Jennifer Frazer was a finalist in the Biology category with Archaea Are More Wonderful Than You Know.
Melanie Tannenbaum was a finalist in the Best psychology or neuroscience post category with Will changing your Facebook profile picture do anything for marriage equality?
Scicurious was a finalist in the Best life-in-science post category, with Does Neuroscience need a Newton?
Danielle Lee was a finalist in the Best life-in-science post category with A Dream Deferred: How access to STEM is denied to many students before they get in the door good
Christie Wilcox was a finalist in the Best life-in-science post category with Playing in Tide Pools | Scientist in vivo and a finalist in the Biology category with Gingrey is a bad doctor, says science
Overall winner for the Best Post Of The Year is Virginia Hughes, then at Last Word On Nothing group blog, for Re-Awakenings.
The portal, as well as the Awards, have been supported by a generous grant by National Association of Science Writers.
Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!