Make Me Happy: Submit to Scientia Pro Publica

I was bullied volunteered to host the next round of the science carnival – Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the people). This is a traveling blog carnival that celebrates the best science, nature and medical writing targeted specifically to the public that has been published in the blogosphere within the past 60 days. So if you’ve blogged anything about science, for the general public, in the last 2 months, we want to know.


The upcoming edition will be on 18 January (next Monday!), and will appear here at this very blog. To send your submissions to Scientia Pro Publica, use this automated submission form or email it directly to Scientia Blog Carnival at gmail. Or, if you’re desparate, tell me in the comments here. Be sure to include the URL or “permalink”, the essay title and, to make life easier for me, please include a 2-3 sentence summary. If you wish to read the archived issues to see those contributions that were included previously, visit the Scientia website for links to archived carnivals. Please note that all essays must be written for the purpose of communicating with the public and non-specialists, and all submissions that qualify as either advertising or pseudoscience will be rejected.
Submit something or I’ll balance silly things on The Beast’s head.

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5 Responses to Make Me Happy: Submit to Scientia Pro Publica

  1. Richard P. Grant says:

    as far as the public knows, blogs=pictures of my cat. Glad to see you’re maintaining the tradition.

  2. Alyssa Gilbert says:

    But…what if I want to see more silly things balanced on The Beast’s head?

  3. Bob O'Hara says:

    Well, don’t submit then.
    Or you could donate to your local cat shelter, and I’ll see what we can come up with.

  4. Matt Brown says:

    Balance a piece of buttered toast on the beat’s head, conduct the famous Sod’s Law experiment, then blog about it for the general public.

  5. Lee Turnpenny says:

    Could be right up your street, Matt.