January 8, 2013 | 5
Since The SA Incubator launched in 2011 as part of the original line-up of Scientific American’s science blogging network, Bora has posted 100 blog posts here. Yes, exactly 100 at time of writing. I joined in as coblogger some months after the blog launched and have posted over 70 blog posts.
From our weekly picks of articles and blog posts to tips, interviews, reviews of student-run science publications and the occasional essay, our blog posts all revolved around the premise of supporting and promoting young and early-career science writers.
As we start off this new year, we want to push further in that direction. We want to know how we can make The SA Incubator more helpful to you. So, we’re asking for your feedback.
What do you, young and early-career science writers, expect of The SA Incubator. What are we doing right and what are we doing wrong? What should you like us to blog about?
Or perhaps you read The SA Incubator but aren’t a writer yourself. That’s cool too, let us know why you read the blog.
To send us your feedback, you can leave a comment below. Or you can reach me through Twitter at @notscientific.
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