Category Archives: Journalism
How do you think the departure of Food Frontiers from ScienceBlogs was actually initiated? Do you think those of us staying at ScienceBlogs (for now) are unprincipled?
Bora Zivkovic points us to three content-rich posts where he has addressed these issues before.
If we are arguing about whether mainstream print media can add a single primary literature citation to a story, traditional journalism is in bigger trouble than I thought.
Despite BP Deepwater Horizon oil being hundreds of miles away, the Florida Keys are being hit with economic losses thanks to the media and bloggers like me who failed to follow up on the May 17th Ft. Zachary Taylor tarball story. This is my penance.
Dr David Gorski reminds me of my Feb 2006 post on the suggestion that homeopathy might be useful in treating avian flu – wouldn’t you know if comes back again for H1N1/2009 swine flu? Just like a virus.
A new commenter directs us toward a fantastic zine dedicated to promoting good news about the African American community and, most relevant to us, issues in health and science of particular relevance.
Congratulations to Tara Parker-Pope, Scott Hensley, Jacob Goldstein, and Sarah Rubenstein
While my colleagues defend “Dr” for PhDs, do you take issue with NDs or PharmDs using the same honorific?
The Friday Fermentable: Philip White, Drinkster, and George Aldridge, Artist, Cartoonist, and Illustrator
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, is a place that many have told me I must visit (although perhaps not now as they are experiencing record heat). In fact, a twist of science and friendships nearly brought me there for my sabbatical before I had a big change in my life. The University of Adelaide is outstanding […]
A deluge of search engine hits as the Prasher story spreads.