Coming soon: Science Borealis

A group of Canadian science bloggers (Kim Moynahan, Steph Taylor, Pascal Lapointe, Raymond Nakamura, Maryse de la Girody, and myself) has been working with Canadian Science Publishing and Genome Alberta – both non-profit organizations – to create a Canadian science blog aggregator. “Why a blog aggregator?” We have many science blogs in Canada, written by…

Did You Miss Me?

I’ve been away from blogging lately – so many ideas but far too dense of a brain fog to try and explain any of them. The good news is that I’ve been feeling a bit better in the last week – maybe it’s the feeling of fall creeping up on us? I’ve (finally) been able…

Canadian science communication takes off

The topics I follow most closely on Twitter are #cdnpoli, #cdnsci, and #scicomm. A lot of news from the first two has been pretty negative lately, and some days I have to stop reading because I just can’t shake my sense of doom at the direction in which our country is headed. The last topic,…

Guest post at CSWA

Health issues have unfortunately kept me from updating this blog as often as I’d like over the last while. However, today I have a guest post on the Canadian Science Writer’s Association blog. Check it out to learn more about CanComm: the Canadian science communication forum, and our science blog network initiative.