Contests and Carnivals
Looking for awesome science writing?
Head on over to 3 Quarks Daily and check out the nominees for the first annual 3QD prize in science. This list is loaded with fantastic science blog posts, including four from Mauka to Makai (Baby-Making, Do Whales Have Ears?, The Ocean’s Big pHat Problem and SHARK! (ahem, shark?)). Browse a little, then vote for your favorite here. One vote per person please. The polls close on June 8th.
In other awesome science writing news, the latest edition of Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the Public) is now up. Check it out here.
We’ll be hosting the next edition of this science blog carnival right here at Mauka to Makai on June 15. To submit science, nature or medical writing email it to ScientiaBlogCarnival [at] gmail [dot] com or use this automated submission form. Remember, this blog carnival celebrates science writing for the PUBLIC—save your uber-technical essays and pseudoscience gobbledygook for another carnival. (To see past editions of Scientia Pro Publica, go here.)