Scientopia: A new science blogging network

August 2, 2010

crossposting from DrugMonkey on….

A brand new science blogging collective has launched itself today. I encourage you to stroll on over to and take a look-see. You may even want to save a bookmark or two.

The vision statement reads as follows:

Scientopia is a collective of people who write about science because they love to do so. It is a community, held together by mutual respect and operated by consensus, in which people can write, educate, discuss, and learn about science and the process of doing science. In this we explore the interplay between scientific issues and other parts of our lives with the shared goal of making science more accessible.

As a community, we strive to be welcoming of anyone with an interest in science and its place in our world, regardless of any feature, whether extrinsic or intrinsic, which may act or have historically acted as a barrier to full participation in science or discourses about science.

Hippie statements aside, I think you will find that Scientopia has some interesting voices lined up for your reading pleasure. So go take a look.

4 Responses to “Scientopia: A new science blogging network”

  1. Neuro-conservative Says:

    Brother Drug — It’s been a whole day, with no clear explanation of your status — What’s the dilly, yo?


  2. DrugMonkey Says:

    My “status”, N-c? I’m still blogging…


  3. juniorprof Says:

    DM, fine, we get that you’re still blogging but going through 3 sites to see where you are posting your stuff is a tad confusing… not that I have any right to complain, just saying…


  4. drugmonkey Says:

    I can tell you that this blog on will very likely lapse into dormancy as before.


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