If you like it, nominate it

Ever read the Open Laboratory?

It’s a collection of the best science blog posts, compiled once a year by a group of scientists and science writers. I highly recommend it. Its written for people with no science background, so anyone can read it, and the posts are generally entertaining and thought-provoking. They cover a wide range of scientific topics and a variety of styles, as the anthology includes poems, short stories and cartoons, in addition to more typical blog posts.

You can read more about it here, and buy copies from previous years here.

And here’s the crunch, Open Laboratory is now taking submissions for 2011. If you’ve enjoyed reading any of my blog posts, and you think they’re worthy to be considered for the Open Laboratory, then please can you nominate them for me? A nomination takes a few minutes to complete, and can be done here. I’d be very grateful.

I’m not totally self-obsessed though, so the same goes for other science blogs too. If you see a great post then please nominate it, and maybe let me know, as I’m always on the lookout for interesting science blogs. Also, if you think you have a post that’s worthy of nomination and you’re looking for people to nominate it, then post a link in the comments below, and I’ll see what I think.


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