Submit to Scientia Pro Publica. Please

It’s coming soon. The next edition of the science carnival Scientia Pro Publica (which is slightly more popular than Scientia Pwns Publica) will appear next Monday at Kind of Curious.

If you’ve written something about science, nature and medicine in the last couple of weeks, or if you’re read something about those subjects that you liked and which you think is suitable for the public, submit it to the carnival! You can use this automatic form. Make sure you include the URL or “permalink”, the essay title and 2-3 sentence summary as a handy hint about what the post is about.
If you want to see what previous issues of Scientia Pro Publica looked like just follow the link.
Getting in carnivals like this is a great way of showing getting hits. First one to break the Nature server wins a prize.

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11 Responses to Submit to Scientia Pro Publica. Please

  1. Cath Ennis says:

    I’ll try, but I haven’t written anything suitable for ages. It’s all either not scientia or not pro publica, unless the publica likes geeky humour about Kaplan-Meier survival curves.

  2. Bob O'Hara says:

    Submit it and see!
    I haven’t written anything either: I should do something, I guess. I think we’ve all been too obsessed with discussing online behaviour.

  3. Alyssa Gilbert says:

    Okay, I’ll bite. I finally (temporarily) overcame my fear of rejection and submitted my manned-missions post. I clicked the submit button before I could talk myself out of it.

  4. Stephen Curry says:

    OK – you talked me into it, you silver-tongued devil…

  5. Henry Gee says:

    I’ve written a couple of science-themed posts recently.

  6. Eva Amsen says:

    I haven’t been very eloquent lately, but I can maybe submit my little “overheard at the bus stop” post.

  7. Eva Amsen says:

    It’s not a good post, though, more like a Tweet that didn’t fit in 140 characters. (I did try, then realized that the quote itself was too long, and made it a blog post instead)

  8. Bob O'Hara says:

    Doesn’t matter, Eva. It’s a neat uplifting vignette.
    Ah, Henry, you may have written them, but have you submitted them?

  9. Henry Gee says:

    I have. And by ‘a couple’ I mean, of course, ‘four’.

  10. Bob O'Hara says:

    Damn, I guess I should write something too.

  11. Cath Ennis says:

    I submitted this one, with the remarks saying that I’m not sure it fits the criteria and that if it doesn’t, it’s your fault.
    I’ll try to write something properly soon. I do have an idea on the back burner.