Sciencey women

Sciencey women

Sciencey women

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Sept. 25 2008 2:05 PM

Sciencey women

Trying to keep up with the blogs at ScienceBlogs is like trying to dig a hole in water, they have so many. But still I was surprised that I didn't know about Science Woman. They just posted a very cool link of their blogroll which contains a zillion links to science/tech/engineering/math (STEM) blogs written by women.

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Phil Plait writes Slate’s Bad Astronomy blog and is an astronomer, public speaker, science evangelizer, and author of Death From the Skies!  

It's pretty good, but I noticed they are missing a few, so I sent them a comment about it (awaiting moderation as I write this). Here are the ones I read (or listen to):


  • Amanda Bauer's AstroPixie
  • Damaris B Sarria's How I Am Becoming An Astronaut (actually I forgot to add Ms. Sarria's blog, but it's here now!)
  • Carolyn Porco's CICLOPS site (not strictly a blog, but c'mon).
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  • My old friend Carolyn Collins Petersen's The Spacewriter
  • [Edited: Oops! I forgot one!] Emily Lakdawalla at The Planetary Society Blog.
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  • There's also the new vodcast from Australia, The Skeptic Zone, which features Karen Stollznow, Kylie Sturgess, Amanda Rose, and Rachael Dunlop.
  • I bet I've missed some. If you know of more, send them to Science Woman! And let me know, too, because I have sooo much spare time to read more stuff added to my feed reader. :-)

    Tip o' the lab coat to ScienceGeekGirl.