Science blogging masterclass #sciclass @guardianclasses

Whether you're a scientist looking to reach out to peers, wider audiences, the general public, or just looking to improve & have fun, science blogging can be a great outlet. In the science blogging masterclass at the Guardian on 27/4/14 we learned some top tips and cautionary tales on sci blogging

  1. To open proceedings, James Randerson, the Assistant National News Editor at the Guardian gave a talk about science blogging, it's rules, and when to break them.
  2. In summary:
  3. Next up, Prof Jon Butterworth, a UCL physicist. He currently blogs at Life and Physics at the Guardian. During his talk he gave us his story on how he started blogging, the importance of trust, and what it's like to be a blogger and working physicist.
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