There are just a few weeks left to nominate posts for the inaugural Science Seeker Awards.
In case you don’t remember how to nominate a post, it’s really simple: just find that post’s entry on Science Seeker (hint: use the filters and search box on the right sidebar), and click the little trophy icon. Then, you’ll be prompted to identify for which of the ten categories above you’d like to nominate the post. All nominated posts are also automatically considered for “Post of the Year.”
Remember, posts can be nominated for multiple categories. If a post has already been nominated, another way to lend your support to that post is to “recommend” it, by clicking on the little star icon. Bloggers: if your posts are nominated, be sure to encourage your readers to “recommend” them!
At the end of the nomination period, the Science Seeker editors will use the total number of nominations (the trophy icon) as well as the total number of recommendations (the star icon) in order to crowdsource a list of finalists, which will be handed over to the judges, Fraser Cain, Maggie Koerth-Baker, and Maryn McKenna.
Here are the posts that have been nominated since the last update. If you see any you like, remember to recommend them. Just click the post title, and click the star icon on the top right of the page.
Don’t see any of your posts on the list? Nominate your own! Any post, video, or podcast written before February 1, 2013 is eligible. The nomination period will run through midnight on April 1, 2013.
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